To be upload external or third party SCORM to a new Learning Path, you will need access to the Management Console, Content Management and the File Exchange
First, you will want to add the SCORM to the File Exchange Using the File Exchange
- Once this has been uploaded click on Content Management from the right-hand-side menu
- Click on Add a new learning path from the right-hand-side menu called ‘Content management’
- Fill in the Title and Code according to what the SCORM name is. The Title field will be the name that the end user will see on their homepage once it is assigned. The Code is only shown internally for reporting or assignment purposes. You can add the version name, year etc to the Code name to help you identify which SCORM this is.
eg. Title: SCORM NAME
Code: SCORM NAME version 1 2021
- Select the Domain (ask your customer success manager can advise the appropriate domain).
- Click on Create Learning Path
- Once on the properties page of the Learning Path you can change the Title and the Code again if needs be. You can also update the Status from Live to Suspended (or vice versa) should you no longer need it.
- Click on Edit Content from the right-hand-side menu
- From the Add Activity section at the top of the page select E-Learning
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the File Exchange drop down menu and select the SCORM file you would like to add
- Click on Add.
Testing a third party SCORM
It is important to test a third party SCORM prior to rolling this out to the rest of your users. You can click on the View as Learner option found on the right-hand-side menu called ‘Learning Path’. This will open a separate tab and launched the SCORM module for you to test.
Please make sure to check the below points to avoid any errors when assigning it to your users:
- Assign the module to a pilot user/group or yourself and go through it to the end (if you do not have permissions to assign training please contact your Customer Success Manager)
- Possibly fail the assessment (if applicable) first and checking your training records – they should not show as completed at this stage.
- Closing the module mid-way and then opening it again to see that it continues from where it left off.
- If there is an assessment with a score, is this being tracked within your training records? Some SCORMs provided by third parties do not give this information. You will need to contact your third-party provider to provide you with a new version of the SCORM or else any reporting will not give the score. It will still show the status of completion.
- Once your pilot group have completed the training check reporting against the SCORM to confirm that tracking is working as it should.