Once you have added the Website section the following screen will appear:
Once you have entered the section details select save and you will be directed back to the following course screen:
Hover your mouse over the section and select upload.
The following screen will appear:
Choose the content type from the dropdown box.
- Upload a website or scorm package
- Upload Microsoft Powerpoint file
- Select a Youtube video
- Link to an external website
Upload a website or SCORM package
SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model)
If you are publishing a package from a course content builder such as Captivate, Articulate or Storyline you should choose Scorm 2004 .
Note Assessments in course material are not stored in the LMS. If you want to keep results you must build the assessments using the Enrolo quiz builder.
More Details : Enrolo is Scorm content compatible, if you use Scorm, whilst quiz's and overall result for embedded assessments results in pass/fail. Complete/incomplete and overall score are supported, Enrolo does not capture any question level data from 3rd party tools. This is due to the data being usually of poor quality due to inconsistent question meta data and answer data format between authoring tool versions and vendors. In addition to this, each time a quiz is republished the question IDs are essentially randomized, so previous responses cannot be easily aggregated together. If you are interested in analysing the response data in depth, the Enrolo quiz builder can be used to capture rich assessment data and exported to xls or connected to a learning records store through our API.
There are SCORM and software programs available here to build content.
Upload a Microsoft Powerpoint file
To download or get assistance for Microsoft Powerpoint click here to be directed to the Microsoft website.
Select a Youtube video
Enter the Youtube video url into the text box and click continue
Link to an external website
Make sure to enter the website starting https:// www.
NOTE: If you copy the URL / website link of any existing course and use it to create a section in a new course be aware that any changes to the section in the new course will overwrite the original course section where the link was copied from.