The SCORM activity in Moodle allows users to upload content that follows the SCORM 1.2 specification. SCORM packages extend the functionality of Moodle by integrating content created with a variety of authoring tools. In addition, using SCORM allows for cross platform integration by importing content from another system for reuse.
One authoring tool I am often asked about is Adobe Captivate. It allows teachers to create content with interactive exercises, quizzes, simulations, and branching activities. For this reason, I’ve decided to focus this week’s blog post on how to integrate Adobe Captivate files into your courses as a scored activity so that it will push a grade into your Moodle gradebook. I am currently using Captivate 5.5, so my screenshots will be specific to this version. I will only cover grading aspects of the system as there are many features and settings to configure based on your e-learning needs.
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