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.

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6. ZIP it!

The last thing you need to do is create a ZIP file out of the entire thing. The important part here is that you don’t want to zip that one folder that contains all of your files — you want to zip the entire contents of the root directory. The root directory is the one that contains the imsmanifest.xml file or the yourcourse.au/yourcourse.crs files. When the package is unzipped, it should show the contents of the root folder (not a folder that contains the contents of the root folder.)

Creating your ZIP in Windows

On a Windows machine, navigate to the root folder of SCORM Driver. This is the folder that contains the imsmanifest.xml file or the yourcourse.au/yourcourse.crs files. Select all of the files and folders (keyboard shortcut ctrl+a), right click on one of the files and select “send to”, then “compressed ZIP folder”. This zip file is now ready to be imported to an LMS! If you want to test out your course, then SCORM Cloud is the perfect place to do that.

Creating your ZIP on a Mac

Find the root folder of SCORM Driver. This is the folder that contains the imsmanifest.xml file or the yourcourse.au/yourcourse.crs files. Select all of the files and folders by pressing command+a on the keyboard, then right click on one of the files and select “compress (n) items”. This creates a zip file that’s ready to be imported to an LMS! If you want to test out your course, then SCORM Cloud is the perfect place to do that.
 


 

You’re finished. Delightful!