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==Displaying a SCORM package==
 
==Displaying a SCORM package==
  
Select Scorm from the 'Add an activity' drop-down menu. Choose a zipped SCORM package and select 'Continue'. Moodle will unzip automatically and the SCORM activity will be displayed.
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Select SCORM from the 'Add an activity' drop-down menu.
  
Please note that Moodle can't create SCORM packages - the SCORM module is simply for including SCORM packages in a course.
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Add the name of the package in the Name field and (optionally) information in the Summary area.
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Click the the "Choose or edit a package ..." button to open the course Files area. Locate the zipped SCORM package (otherwise upload it to the server before continuing).
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Click the Choose link (NOT the Unzip link) for the package.
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Tip: If the Choose link is not visible - close the pop-up wind and click the "Choose or edit a package ..." button again.
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Set the remaining settings as required and click the "Save changes" button, the SCORM activity is displayed in the "stage" area.
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Please note that Moodle can't create SCORM packages - the SCORM module is simply for deploying SCORM packages.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:58, 15 January 2006



Displaying a SCORM package

Select SCORM from the 'Add an activity' drop-down menu.

Add the name of the package in the Name field and (optionally) information in the Summary area.

Click the the "Choose or edit a package ..." button to open the course Files area. Locate the zipped SCORM package (otherwise upload it to the server before continuing).

Click the Choose link (NOT the Unzip link) for the package.

Tip: If the Choose link is not visible - close the pop-up wind and click the "Choose or edit a package ..." button again.

Set the remaining settings as required and click the "Save changes" button, the SCORM activity is displayed in the "stage" area.

Please note that Moodle can't create SCORM packages - the SCORM module is simply for deploying SCORM packages.