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How to use SCORM for different learning modalities?

Digital strategies for using SCORM for learning:

SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a collection of specifications that enable interoperability, accessibility and re-usability of web-based learning content focusing on sequences of learning activities that targeting different learning outcomes.  It is widely used in different learning modalities such as online, computer-based training, distance learning or eLearning. Moodle does not generate SCORM content. You can search tools like Articulate to make a SCORM course packages for the Moodle.

Using SCORM packages as pre- or post-course materials to prepare students for the lecture is commonly used to engage and track learners' learning progress. The use of sequencing and navigation to combine the learning content and interaction in the SCORM packages enable learners to access and review the knowledge at their own pace. The elements of gamification can be introduced to design the SCORM to motivate learners by awarding them a grade upon completion.

Steps to set up SCORM:

For more information, see the official Moodle documents SCORM settings.

Learn more about SCORM by watching the 1-minute video.

Tips for attempts management:

Learners may access the SCORM package many times until they finish the content and activities. The setting of Force new attempt determines whether to enable a new attempt every time the user accesses the package. 

There are 3 options:

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