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Scorm Files

What is a SCORM?

SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a collection of standards and specifications for e-learning courses. A SCORM file is a type of digital package that contains e-learning content, such as text, images, videos, audio, and assessments, and is designed to be compatible with any Learning Management System (LMS) that supports SCORM.


How do clients generate and send us a “SCORM” file?

SCORM files are typically created using an external authoring tool that support the SCORM standard, and they are packaged in a format called a "ZIP file." The SCORM package includes a set of files and folders that contain the course content, along with a set of instructions that tell the LMS how to present and track the course.


One of the key benefits of SCORM is that it enables interoperability between different LMSs and content providers. This means that a SCORM-compliant course can be imported into any SCORM-compatible LMS (aka Rosterfy) and Rosterfy can then track the learner's progress and performance data. This makes it easier for organizations to share and reuse e-learning content, and to track the progress of learners across different platforms.


The following software programs are able to generate SCORM files:

  • Articulate360

  • Visme

There exists many options available to manage SCORM files.


Example of how SCORM files could look:

 Process for uploading SCORM files in Rosterfy

Rosterfy will need to upload the SCORM files on your behalf. Please contact your customer success representative.