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User Guide: Using a SCORM package with additional questions to create a complete lesson


September 27, 2017



User Guide Using a SCORM Package

For those of you familiar with our SCORM integration, you are familiar with uploading the file within the lesson properties page. We have now introduced AICC support and have made it easier to incorporate this packaged content into your lessons. Content admins and instructional designers may also include additional SC Training (formerly EdApp) templates within that lesson to check for understanding after the learner has completed the SCORM content. In the authoring tool you now have the option to upload a SCORM package using a template found in the ‘Advanced’ templates category.

How to upload a SCORM package

In this user guide, we will walk you through how to upload a SCORM package and include additional slides.

  1. If you’re familiar with the LMS feel free to skip down to step 5. For those of you who are new to our platform, let’s start from the beginning. Once you’ve logged in to admin.edapp.com, select Courses in the top left hand corner. This will take you to the courses page, where you can organize and edit your content.

Using a SCORM Package - SC Training (formerly EdApp) Dashboard


2. From the courses page select a course, or create a new one where the lesson with a SCORM package to be created. (to create a new course select ‘Create a new course’

3. From the course page, choose an existing lesson title or select Create a new lesson.

Using a SCORM Package - Creating a new course


4. For those who have uploaded SCORM content before, this step is where the process has changed. Select Edit lesson content on the right side of the page. This will launch the authoring tool for this particular lesson.

Using a SCORM Package - SC Training (formerly EdApp) Authoring Tool


5. Once the authoring tool has been launched select “Add a new slide” at the left bottom. We need to select the appropriate template first in order to upload the content. From ‘Choose a template’ pop up window select ‘Advanced’ category.
From ‘Advance category’ select SCORM template.

6. From ‘Advance category’ select SCORM template.
Once SCORM slide has been added to the lesson select, ‘Uploaded SCORM .zip”

Using a SCORM Package - SC Training (formerly EdApp) SCORM


7. Once SCORM slide has been added to the lesson select, ‘Uploaded SCORM .zip” to launch your computer’s finder window and upload SCORM content. You may also drag the file from your desktop or a folder into the SCORM file field. Once zip archive selected wait for the SCORM package to be uploaded to the slide.

Uploading a SCORM package


8. Now that we’ve uploaded our SCORM package, we will add additional slides to check for the learner’s understanding. From the authoring tool select ‘Choose a template’ again.

Using a SCORM Package - Adding a new slide


9. You may go ahead and select any template you desire. For our intents and purposes we recommend selecting a template from the Multiple Choice category. Let’s go ahead and select Circle the Answer.

Using a SCORM Package - SC Training (formerly EdApp) templates


10. Fill in all of the fields with the appropriate information. Remember, these questions are going to check for the learner’s understanding of the content from the SCORM package.

Using a SCORM Package - Filling in content


11. For the next slide let’s use a multiple choice template. Fill in the information in the appropriate fields.

SC Training (formerly EdApp) multiple choice template


12. For the third and final question slide, let’s use another multiple choice template. We are going to use the first option within the ‘Multiple Choice’ category. This one by default has ‘True’ and ‘False’ as the answer options.

True or False template


That’s it! The column to the right in the authoring tool should now have a title slide, a SCORM slide, three additional slides with questions for the learner to engage with and finally, the exit slide.

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Guest Author Daniel Brown

Daniel Brown is a senior technical editor and writer that has worked in the education and technology sectors for two decades. Their background experience includes curriculum development and course book creation.

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