To download your course or resource as a SCORM package, go to Publish > To your LMS tab. Here you can choose between SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, and xAPI package.
Note: Exporting a SCORM/xAPI package is available for all plans except Free.
The differences between packages
The package is generated according to the SCORM 1.2 / SCORM 2004 (4th edition) / xAPI standards, depending on the option you select.
While both SCORM options have the same reporting elements, the main difference between the two is that SCORM 2004 adds options for complex navigation and sequencing.
SCORM 2004 facilitates tracking by completion (completed/incomplete) as well as by mastering status (passed/failed) while SCORM 1.2 uses the status that combines mastering and completion in one - there are three possible statuses here: "incomplete" when the course is paused, "passed" or "failed" when the course is finished.
xAPI provides advanced results tracking with the TinCan xAPI standard (version 1.0.2). Using the xAPI option, you can have the package that can be uploaded and hosted on your LMS while still taking advantage of advanced xAPI tracking. It also provides the possibility of tracking results to LMS on question and section levels.
The progress is saved to LMS LRS, so if the course is accessed through the same LMS account from another device, learners will still see all their progress.
The xAPI package automatically connects with the LMS LRS so you don’t need to configure LRS explicitly.
The package contents
You can include into a SCORM/xAPI package (it will increase the size of the package):
Image files uploaded to the course and all fonts added under the Design tab
Video and audio files
Note: if you uncheck the Include images and fonts and/or Include audio and video, these media files will still be available for learners in your LMS. The only difference is that the files will be hosted on the Easygenerator platform and not in your LMS. For learners, the difference won't be noticeable.
Upload your SCORM/xAPI package to LMS
Once the package is exported, you can upload it to your LMS. You can find the list of SCORM-compliant learning management systems here.
Learn how to add a SCORM package to Moodle LMS here.