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SCORM

SCORM

SCORM stands for “Sharable Content Object Reference Model”. It is a package which can be uploaded in any kind of Learning Management System, like Brightspace, Blackboard, Canvas, etc., without any change in look and feel. Brightspace Learning Environment is SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 compliant. For additional details, visit: http://scorm.com/scorm-explained/.

A new way to add SCORM packages to your course is now available. Until now you had to go to Your course > Course Admin > Import/Export/Copy Components. This option is still there, but not recommended. The new place to add SCORM packages is: Your course > Content > Upload / Create > New SCORM/xAPI Object.

How to add SCORM to your course

In your Brightspace course: navigate to, or create, the module in which your SCORM package will appear. Go to the Content tab, click on Upload / Create and choose New SCORM/xAPI Object.

There are multiple actions you can take in the new window:

If you have not already uploaded your SCORM package, click on Bulk Upload. Here you can upload multiple files at a time, max. 50. When the file(s) are completely uploaded, a new window appears: the Configure Course Package Properties.

In the Configure Course Package Properties window, you can alter the name of the package, and the description. Furthermore, you can choose if you want the SCORM package embedded in the content, or if you want to open it in a new window. Also, if there is no built in navigation in your SCORM package, you can choose to add external navigation controls. Click on Save.

To add a certain SCORM package to your course:

  1. Select the SCORM package
  2. Click on Next.
  3. A new window will appear, called Adding Course Package, where you have a few choices:
    • Do you want a grade item created for this instance?
    • Grade calculation method (only visible if the question above is answered with ‘Yes’).
    • Version Control – Do you want to display the latest version or this version even if a new version is added?
    • Course Package Player Options – it will show the option selected in the properties as recommended.
  4. Click Add.
  1. Click on the three dots behind the SCORM package you want to preview.
  2. Choose Preview.
  3. A new tab will open, where the SCORM package will be loaded.
  1. Go to the Content tab, click on Upload / Create and choose New SCORM/xAPI Object.
  2. Click on the three dots behind the SCORM package you want to edit the properties.
  3. Choose Edit Properties.
  4. The Configure Course Package Properties window opens, where you can edit the properties.

Follow the steps below to upload a new version of an already uploaded SCORM package.

  1. Go to the Content tab, click on Upload / Create and choose New SCORM/xAPI Object.
  2. Click on the three dots behind the existing SCORM package.
  3. Choose Upload New Version.
  4. You will see a new window, where you can upload your SCORM package to replace the old one.

 

Note: If you choose Bulk Upload at the top instead of Upload New Version, there will be two SCORM packages with the same name. The only way to identify which one is which, is that the last one added is at the top of the list.

When you want to delete a SCORM package:

  1. Go to the Content tab, click on Upload / Create and choose New SCORM/xAPI Object.
  2. Click on the three dots.
  3. Choose Delete.
  4. A warning message is shown. Click on Delete

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