SCORM, which stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model, is a collection of standards and specifications for e-Learning products. A SCORM package defines the communication between client-side content and a host system, commonly supported by an LMS such as Clui.
For more information about SCORM, see https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/one-minute-scorm-overview/.
In Clui, courses are structured using various modules and 'Scorm Course' is one of the available module types. Follow these steps to upload a SCORM package to Clui as a module:
- Ensure the SCORM file is available in .zip format. For more information about creating your e-learning course in the correct format, see https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/technical-scorm/golf-examples/.
- See 'Creating a new course' for steps to set up a new course in Clui. If you have already created a course, see 'Adding modules to courses'.
- After clicking Add Module, Select Scorm Course as your module type.
- Enter the module title, then click Select a File.
- Navigate to the location of the SCORM .zip file and click Open.
- Configure the learner outcome for the course. For more information, see 'Setting SCORM outcome options' below.
- Click Submit.
Setting SCORM outcome options
When you create a SCORM module, you can decide:
- What happens when a learner fails the module
- Prevent the user from continuing - Learners must re-do the module until they pass.
- Allow user to continue to next module - Learners do not need to pass the module to continue.
- Lock for a period of time - Learners are unable to re-do the module for a period of time. You can set the lock-out period for a number of days, hours, or minutes.
- Reset user to new position in course - Learners must continue from a set module within the current course (this cannot be part way through the SCORM course).
- Whether the course can be passed overall if the SCORM module is failed (using the toggle)
- Toggle off - The learner cannot pass the course if the module is failed.
- Toggle on - The learner can pass the course even if the module failed.