Activities represent learning objects that are added to the system that are then added to one or more lessons.

Viewing activities

Activities created in your account will be listed on the activities page inside the learning menu. All items listed will include the following properties:

  • Name

  • Revision

  • Status

  • Pre

  • Hours

  • Modified By

  • Date Modified

  • Created By

  • Date Created

Expanding an existing activity will show any drafts or previous revisions of that activity.

Creating or editing activities

  • Press 'New Activity' to create a new activity and give your activity a name, determine whether you want the activity to be a 'pre-assessment' and continue to the next screen.

  • To edit an Activity, click the name of the existing activity or expand the activity and click the name in the draft or history section.

  • Enter the amount of learning hours your activity contains.

  • Give your activity a description.

  • Upload a SCORM 1.2 object to your activity.

Publish activity

Press 'Publish' to make your activity available to use within lessons.

Restoring an activity

Previous versions of activities will be displayed in the history of activities. Navigating to the history of the activity and pressing 'Restore' will make that version of the activity the current Draft. Pressing Publish will then make that version of the activity the live version.

SCORM 1.2 File Requirements

  • File must be a SCORM 1.2 compliant .zip file.

  • File name must contain only letters, numbers, and the hyphen/minus (-) character.

  • File name must start and end with a letter or number.

  • Each hyphen/minus (-) character must be immediately preceded and followed by a letter or number - consecutive hyphens are not permitted.

  • File name must be from 3 through 49 characters long.

  • File must not be greater than 500Mb.

Pre-assessments: SCORM quizzes required to be completed before taking the following course.

SCORM packages, also known as SCORM courses, are modules in a ZIP file format that contain content adhering to the SCORM standard, facilitating the transfer of learning content into a Learning Management System (LMS).

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