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Element: SCORM

This article explains about how to add SCORM element.

Filippo Schiano di Pepe avatar
Written by Filippo Schiano di Pepe
Updated over a week ago

SCORM files are digital packages used to standardize e-learning courses, ensuring they work across different online learning platforms.

How to create a Scorm element on Teachfloor?

When you come to the Curriculum page on the course you want to add a Scorm element to and edit it, you will see a (+) Add Element.


Click on (+) Add Element on the left side of the screen. And click the Scorm.

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Different Settings in Scorm Element

Settings of Scorm elements are divided into four major portions:

1. General Settings

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In the general settings, you can set the following settings;

  • Cover Image - Add a cover image to your SCORM module that will reflect the importance of the Scorm.

  • Name - Give a descriptive name to the element you make via SCORM.

  • Description - This space can be used to add details regarding the SCORM and all the information the learners might need before taking this element.

  • Resources - This space can be used to add details regarding the SCORM and all the information the learners might need before taking this element.

  • Display Description on Top - Enabling this will allow the learners to see the description and resources before taking this element.

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What the learners should be familiar with or need to have worked on prior to taking this element. Click on the pre-requirements dropdown and choose from your previous lessons or activities that you want to require. You may add multiple pre-requirement activities.

3. Visibility Settings

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You can set visibility options, making it visible to either;

  • Manually selected learners

  • To specific roles

  • To specific tags

4. Scorm Settings

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Upload and set up the SCORM file, and your students will be able to view and interact with its content. You can also choose the aspect ratios.

Here is what a SCORM file will look like;

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SCORM file full-screen:


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