In TEACHUME, a SCORM player is a feature or component that allows for the playback and interaction with SCORM-compliant e-learning content. SCORM stands for “Sharable Content Object Reference Model,” and it is a set of standards and specifications for e-learning content packaging and interoperability.

Here’s an introduction to the SCORM player in TEACHUME:

  1. What is SCORM?
    • SCORM is a widely used standard in the e-learning industry that ensures compatibility and interoperability between different e-learning content and learning management systems (LMS) like TEACHUME.
    • SCORM-compliant e-learning content is packaged in a specific format that includes HTML, JavaScript, and other files necessary for presentation and interaction.
  1. SCORM Player in TEACHUME:
    • TEACHUME includes a built-in SCORM player that allows users (typically learners or students) to access and interact with SCORM-compliant content within their courses.
    • The SCORM player in TEACHUME provides a seamless and standardized way to deliver e-learning content, track learner progress, and record scores and completion status.
  1. Key Features of the SCORM Player in TEACHUME:
    • Content Playback: Users can launch SCORM packages directly within TEACHUME courses. The SCORM player renders the content, making it accessible to learners.
    • Navigation: The player provides navigation controls, such as a table of contents or previous/next buttons, to help learners move through the content.
    • Interactivity: SCORM content often includes quizzes, assessments, simulations, and other interactive elements. The SCORM player in TEACHUME enables learners to complete these activities and records their interactions and results.
    • Progress Tracking: TEACHUME’s SCORM player tracks learner progress within the SCORM package, allowing instructors to monitor how far learners have progressed and which sections they have completed.
    • Data Reporting: Learner performance data, such as quiz scores and completion status, is recorded and can be accessed by instructors or administrators through TEACHUME’s reporting and analytics features.
  1. Creating SCORM Packages:
    • To use the SCORM player in TEACHUME, instructors or course creators need to upload SCORM-compliant packages to their courses.
    • SCORM packages can be created using authoring tools like Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or other e-learning content development software that supports the SCORM standard.
    • TEACHUME supports both SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 standards, giving you flexibility in the types of SCORM packages you can use.
  1. Grading and Completion:
    • Instructors can set grading criteria for SCORM content, such as pass/fail thresholds or grading scales.
    • Learners’ interactions with the SCORM content can contribute to their overall course grades or completion status.
  1. Compatibility: TEACHUME’s SCORM player is designed to work with a wide range of SCORM-compliant content, ensuring that e-learning materials from various sources can be seamlessly integrated into TEACHUME courses.