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If you want to do any tracking/grading then use SCORM - if you just want to display some content to the user - use IMS.
 
If you want to do any tracking/grading then use SCORM - if you just want to display some content to the user - use IMS.
 
==Can I export my Moodle course as an IMS Content Package?==
 
IMS-CC 1.1  (Common Cartridge) export is available by checking the box in ''Settings>Course administration>Backup''
 
 
 
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==What happened to the IMS content package repository?==
 
==What happened to the IMS content package repository?==

Latest revision as of 08:10, 12 June 2012

What is the difference between an IMS content package and a SCORM package?

The main difference is that IMS is mainly for "static" content - SCORM allows tracking of question/answers and reports a "grade" at the end.

If you want to do any tracking/grading then use SCORM - if you just want to display some content to the user - use IMS.

What happened to the IMS content package repository?

Moodle 1.9 contained a feature called the IMS Repository - this feature had a range of bugs and has not been ported to Moodle 2.0 at this stage. For more details see MDL-28579.