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How to Add a SCORM Course into Docebo LMS

Docebo LMS has gone through compliance tests with iSpring learning courses and we can now confirm that it supports SCORM uploading and reporting. Check out how to create learning packages with iSpring.

Just follow this tutorial on how to get your SCORM package into Docebo LMS:

  1. 1

    Login as an administrator.

  2. 2

    Under the Admin panel select Courses.

  3. 3

    Navigate to any course into which you would like to upload a SCORM package, or create a new course for that purpose.

  4. 4

    Name your course and add a Description. Select the appropriate Course type to optimize the appearance for a smartphone or desktop/tablet display, and add a Thumbnail to your course. Click CONFIRM.

  5. 5

    Once you have created the course, go ahead and add training materials. Select ADD TRAINING MATERIAL → SCORM.

  6. 6

    Click UPLOAD FILE and browse for a SCORM item that you have made with iSpring. Then select SAVE CHANGES.

  7. 7

    After that, your SCORM file will be uploaded and processed by the system. This process usually takes a few minutes, so grab a coffee and wait while it’s being uploaded.

  8. 8

    Once the item is processed, you will see the unambiguous green check mark. Now you can preview the course by clicking the Play button down below.

  9. 9

    Here is our SCORM course that we have created with iSpring:

Use the switch at the top right LEARNER VIEW / ADMIN VIEW to see how students or admins will see the course listing.

One really cool Docebo feature is that you can choose a View Mode for your course (6th step in this tutorial).

  • Play Inline will open it right on the same webpage inside the course player.
  • Lightbox (default) will open a viewer over the top of your Docebo webpage (like the picture viewer on Facebook).
  • Fullscreen will expand your course to fit the full screen automatically. Be aware that Flash content doesn’t capture keyboard input in Fullscreen mode so choose the Mobile (HTML5) output option from the iSpring Publish window.
  • Play in New window will open a new tab in your browser to show the course.

Note: The SCORM package file size must not exceed 300 MB.

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