What happens if a user closes the page before audio is completely uploaded?
Are audio recordings stored on Learnosity Servers?
Does Learnosity own the data recorded through the Learnosity Publisher Toolkit?
No, Learnosity do not own any data recorded through the Learnosity Publisher Toolkit.
Do Learnosity servers/APIs support the importing of existing recording data?
Not at this point in time.
Where are the Questions stored and who displays them?
The publisher owns all of their own content and Questions. It's up to the publisher to have an Item bank of Questions in place and to provide the ability for students to log in to the system. The publisher simply embeds Learnosity functionality.
What format does audio get stored in on the server?
The recording format is WAV (with μ-law compression). We convert the recording to MP3 format for storage and playback.
Can a student or teacher save any recorded audio on local machine as well?
We can support a download link if required, for an MP3 format of recorded audio.
Do Learnosity provide the feature of appending the teacher’s voice to the student’s existing recording?
Audio is stored separately, not appended. It can be played back sequentially if required.
Does Learnosity save all student responses?
Student responses are only saved for those produced under the Activity type: “submitted practice”.
What data format does the Learnosity Questions API support?
The Learnosity API requires the use of JSON. JSON was chosen over XML as it is native to the browser, where a large chunk of logic is executed. Additionally, JSON has a lighter data "footprint" across the wire.
What character encoding is supported for displaying special characters?
UTF8 should be used when displaying special characters.
Are there any restrictions to audio sampling rates that Learnosity supports?
In order for Learnosity to generate a waveform image for an MP3 file, the sampling rate of the audio file must be one of the following:
- 22.05khz, or
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