When speaking with other Captivate authors who publish their files in Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD), the most frequent complaint regarding CSOD is the lack of quality, usable reporting of SCORM 2004 data. CSOD has a total of three SCORM 2004 reports and only one of these reports, the ‘Course Assessment Question Item Analysis’ (CAQIA), gives you data showing what users have selected or entered for graded SCORM objects. Unfortunately, all of the data you get is aggregated together so you can’t see how individual users did on specific questions. The structure of the Excel file you get is also poorly constructed as it appears that it’s intended to be printed instead of a dump of the data where you could then filter, sort, and manipulate the information. Fortunately, you can ask CSOD to enable SCORM interaction ID data in custom reports to get per-user data in a typical spreadsheet format.