Standalone SCORM content provides an optimal learning experience by directly launching the SCORM file in a new window without requiring the learner to enter the standard course learner view. You can incorporate an existing SCORM file into your learning site by using the SCORM template, which is intended for uploading single SCORM files.
For learning experiences that involve multiple SCORM files, we recommend using the course template with multiple SCORM page types.
Where do I find this?
Content > Add Content > Add SCORM
You can create a custom content type using the SCORM template. Custom content types help you accomplish a couple of things:
1. Displaying a different content name to learners (i.e. Master Course or Platform Training)
2. Reporting can be monitored by content type
Because of this, you may have multiple content types built on the SCORM template. You can choose any at the 'Add Content' step because building out any SCORM content type is the same functional experience from an admin perspective.
How do I do this?
- From your homepage, select Content.
- Click Add Content.
- Choose the SCORM template by clicking Add SCORM.
- Enter the SCORM name and click Save.
- Select a SCORM 1.2 or 2004 to upload.
Note that the maximum file size is 750mb.
- Click Save.
What else do I need to know?
- Publish Changes: To make new content or edits visible to learners, you must save the uploaded SCORM file and the click Publish Changes at the top of the screen.
- Release to Catalog / Unrelease From Catalog: To make the SCORM content visible in the catalog, click Release at the top of the screen. Note that you can hide from the catalog anytime you want by clicking Unrelease. You can also schedule content to show on a specific date by clicking the small clock icon to the left of the Release button.
- Preview SCORM: To preview the SCORM content as a learner would see it, click Preview SCORM at the top of the screen.
- Like any other content, changes can be made to design, pricing, availability, testimonials, etc. by going to the content settings at Content > Actions > Settings.
What does this look like?
Once you've added and named the SCORM template, you will need to upload your SCORM 1.2 or 2004 file. Once complete, click Save.