SCORM Driver Quickstart Guide

This guide will show you how to get started using SCORM Driver, free for non-commercial use. It kind of applies to paying users, as well.

SCORM Driver

SCORM Driver is free for
non-commercial use.

1. Pick a version

SCORM Driver works across the board with almost any e-learning specification. In order to make it easy for you to use Driver for free, we ask that you pick which specification you want to use.

Which specification do I need?

That depends on your LMS. Find out what specs your LMS accepts, and then match that spec to the download of SCORM Driver. It’s most likely SCORM or AICC. If in doubt, choose SCORM 1.2.

Here are the options that you have:

  • The Experience API (xAPI)
  • SCORM 1.2
  • SCORM 2004 3rd Edition
  • SCORM 2004 4th Edition
  • AICC
What am I downloading?

When you download Driver for whatever specification you need, you’ll be downloading a zip file that contains a template for your SCORM/xAPI/AICC package. To use Driver, all you need to do is change some of the template to reflect your content, insert your content, and then let our Driver javascript do the heavy lifting for you.

Can I still try it if I don’t have a course to test with?

Yep. We created a very basic sample course that has zero SCORM/xAPI/AICC conformance. If you’d like to experiment with making it conformant via this Quickstart Guide, you can download it here.

If you want to see how this sample course looks after it has become SCORM/xAPI/AICC conformant with SCORM Driver, you can download the appropriate files here: