Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) files are now supported in ZenQMS. SCORM files can be used to create SCORM training items. These training items direct how a user moves after performing certain actions like hitting the "next" button and defines what activities need to be completed before they move onto the next step. SCORM training courses saves users' progress, meaning they do not have to go through the whole training at once. It can be done step-by-step. If a user stops the training before it is completed, all progress remains. Users have the ability to continue the lesson from the place where they stopped.
Below is the list of SCORM files types that ZenQMS supports. Clients will need to create these files outside of ZenQMS:
- SCORM 1.2
- SCORM 2004 (2nd, 3rd, & 4th Editions)
Here are the contents every SCORM package should include:
- XML manifest file (imsmanifest.xml): The manifest file describes the package and its contents. The mandatory data it should contain are the unique identifier, the minimal metadata describing the package and its SCORM version, resource definitions that list all files necessary to launch and deliver each resource, and organization of learning activities.
- Resource files used by the content package (“parts” that make up the course) and its learning activities.
- Schema/definition (XSD and DTD) files that refer to the manifest file.
Please review the articles below to successfully set up the SCORM Training Courses in the application:
Note for Mac Users: It is required to whitelist the Rustici Engine zenqms-prod1.engine.scorm.com for SCORM Items to properly render. If this action is not completed, users will receive an error message of "MissingKeyMissing Key-Pair-Id query parameter or cookie value"
Example SCORM file to use for testing can be found below: