How to upload SCORM courses to Myicourse.

  1. 1 Note that only administrators can create courses and upload SCORM files.
  2. 2 Select Create/Edit Courses on the Dashboard.
  3. 3 Click Create New Course.
  4. 4 Click No in the dialog window which will appear.
  5. 5 Enter the course name and description.
  6. 6 Scroll down to the bottom and click Create.
  7. 7 Once a new course is created, add a new page by clicking this option at the bottom.
  8. 8 Click the Link option on the tools panel.
  9. 9 Click Browse Server to open a course builder
  10. 10 Click Create New Folder at the bottom to create a new folder where you will build a course structure.
    By saying “course structure” we mean complete replication (“as is”) of the course files order and location.
  11. 11 Create all necessary subfolders in the folder we have just created and build the course structure.
    To upload files, click Choose files and search for the files on your computer. After that click Upload to add files to the current location.
  12. 12 Find index.html in the re-built course folder
  13. 13 The link will be placed in the URL field.
    It is critical to copy this link so that it can be used in next steps.
  14. 14 Go back to the tools panel and click Source. The window will be clear so that you can insert this sample code to create an iframe to put a course.
  15. 15 Copy and paste the link we have copied before into the src part of the code.
  16. 16 Click show to preview a course.
  17. 17 Here is a sample course launched in iframe.
    Note that you can set width/height parameters to change the course size so that it will not spread out of the screen scopes

How to run reports in Myicourse

The scoring will only work if the course was created in Myicourse. That is why there always will be 0% for imported SCORM courses.

Nonetheless, users can finish courses and mark them as completed. To make sure that no slides were skipped, publishers can create courses with restricted navigation and send quiz results to email or server: http://www.ispringsolutions.com/articles/sending-quiz-results-to-server.html