This tool can be used with a variety of SCORM packages (including iSpring Presenter). These packages cannot be created in SOL, but can be hosted on it. 

SOL will also record results from any activities within the SCORM packages, the results will also be displayed to students via the Grade book on SOL.

New features in SOL 2012 include the ability to lock after final attempt, force new attempt every time the package is opened, force completed (which forces the user's status to 'completed' if they close the course) and display attempt status.

What is SCORM?

SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. It is a specific form of package elearning materials that can be uploaded to a virtual learning environment (VLE) like SOL. SCORM packages can be created through programmes such as iSpring presenter or they can be bought. The video below explains more about SCORM.

Use the menu on the left for further information on when to use this tool and for additional support.