How do I add a SCORM Course as a Lesson Resource?
Posted by Nick Stuckey, Last modified by on 20 April 2009 06:27 PM

Navigate to the Edit Lesson page for the Lesson you would like to add your SCORM Course to.

Select one of the 3 server options (as shown above) to upload your file:

    • Upload to US-CENTRAL - This will open up upload option right below where you can enter the following details:
  1. Display name - this description will be shown to the student.

  2. From the Resource Format dropdown box, select SCORM ENGINE.

  3. Click the radio button (circle) next to File and then click the Browse button to navigate to the file on your hard drive (Note: The file must be in zip format, and must have the imsmanifest.xml file at the root level. Most content publishers will produce a SCORM Course in this fashion).

  4. Set the estimated duration (optional).

  5. Click the Submit button to upload the files (Note: Only click Submit once).

Upload to AP-SG – This will open a pop-up window for you to upload your contents to the Regional Content Repository in Singapore. You have to enter the following details:

  1. Display name – this description will be shown to the Student

  2. From the Resource Format dropdown, select SCORM ENGINE.

  3. Set the estimated duration (optional).

  4. Click the Select File button and browse your hard drive for the respective zip file.

  5. Once you select the file, you will see the file name, the file size and it’s current upload status. Click the Upload button to proceed with the upload.

    Once the file is uploaded, the status will change to Finished with a green tick next to it. Also displayed is the following message File Uploaded Successfully. Please Click Submit ButtonClick the Submit button to complete the process (Note: Only click Submit once). This will close the window and show the file that has been uploaded to the Lesson.

Upload to AP-HK – This option will open a similar pop-up window, for you to upload your contents to the Regional Content Repository in Hong Kong. You need to follow the same procedure as for 2, above.

 

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