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Scoping Out the Library

So the library in SCORM Cloud isn’t full of books, it’s where you store your courses. The main page lists all the courses you’ve uploaded and you have two options for how to view them. The list view gives you a quick scan through a large number of courses; expand out the registrations and tags to get more information quickly. In the grid view, you won’t see as many on a screen, but you see more detail and can launch an invite or history page right from the list.

Let’s take a closer look at a course page within the library. You’ll note it’s broken up into four sections that correspond to different functions – testing, course properties, dispatches created and invitations sent.

There’s a lot to be done and learned about the specific course from the top section of the page. Off to the left, you’ll find the basic stats on the course – learner numbers, tags and so forth. The buttons to the right are where you do all the fun stuff like invite learners to take the course, preview how it looks in a window, check the SCORM Cloud history, or access Reportage for the course. (Or – gasp – delete.)

The Test Track section includes all the functionality of our previous Test Track product. From here, you can run the course to see that everything works smoothly and get more detail on what’s happening in the background with launch history, debug logs, parser warnings and reports. It’s your diagnostic playground. You can also overwrite your course or create a new version of it. See how to overwrite/create new versions of your content here.

Course properties aren’t for everyone to play with. They give you a chance to find the settings that help your SCORM package run at its best. Most of the time, you won’t need to mess with them, but it’s good to know they’re here for you when you need them. …and remember, SCORM Cloud also supports AICC and Experience API (xAPI) content, too.


At the bottom, you’ll find the data about how your course is interacting with the outside world. You’ll see quick list of any dispatches you’ve packaged up and a link to take you all your dispatches for that course to check on reports. Just below that, you can check on invitations you’ve sent out for that course – what type, how many learners and whether it’s still active. Clicking the invitation takes you to the page for that invitation, where you can see the link that was sent out and deactivate if you no longer want anyone to be able to take the course. Regenerate creates a new URL if you need to reset a public invitation so people can’t take the course anymore but you aren’t ready to delete the invite. You’ll see the list of registrations created off the specific invitation URL and how those learners have done on the course.

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