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Ed is now scorm compliant


November 30, 2016



Ed is now scorm compliant

Want to produce content that can be published anywhere or use a mobile learning platform that can deliver any content?

The reaction to our award winning, micro learning platform has exceeded all our expectations. We were inundated with requests and suggestions but the most common was to be able to utilize SCORM files produced in other tools as well as export Ed lessons in the same way.
We are pleased to announce this feature is now available.

This means that you can use Ed to produce microlearning content for any SCORM conformant LMS. Similarly, you can import responsive learning content for use within Ed.

What is SCORM compliance?

SCORM stands for “Sharable Content Object Reference Model.” It is a set of technical standards that define how online learning content and Learning Management Systems (LMS) communicate with each other. SCORM stands for these common set of standards to make sure that the content you create on Ed can be reused in different systems and contexts, such as other free learning software – an integration that with SCORM happens seamlessly, simply and efficiently.

Ed Microlearning Tutorials on YouTube

Our SCORM compliant Rapid Authoring Tool

With SCORM now supported, any microlearning content produced with Ed is not bound to our LMS. Instead, Ed enables you to develop beautiful learning content that can be used in many different systems and situations without modification. Whilst we are confident no other system can enagage your learner like Ed can, it is reassuring to know that your content can live anywhere.

Ed SCORM Compliant LMS

No one enjoys repeating work that has already been done. Regardless if you’ve purchased off-the-shelf SCORM content or you’ve authored it yourself using an alternative Authoring Tool, you can trust Ed to deliver your responsive SCORM 1.2 learning.

This will provide you full access to all of the platforms great features such as prizing and gamification, in combination with the advantageous affects a mobile-first design brings – content delivered directly to your learners palms that is accessible anywhere, anytime.

How to use SCORM with Ed?

Importing your SCORM content is as simple as a click of a button. Upon creating a new lesson, simply click on ‘SCORM’ in the lesson menu and drag your SCORM file across or select a file to upload.


Ed Microlearning Tutorials on YouTube


Exporting your learning content is just as easy. From the Lesson Dashboard, click ‘Download SCORM Package’ to export your mobile responsive, scoring enabled microlesson content.


Ed Microlearning Tutorials on YouTube


This is an exciting feature we are thrilled to bring to the Ed community. SCORM compliancy will bring endless possibilities, and we look forward to seeing what you do with it.

User Guide: Using a SCORM package with additional questions to create a complete lesson
SCORM: 3 Reasons why mobile-focused microlearning is better

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Guest Author Daniel Brown

Daniel Brown is a senior technical editor and writer that has worked in the education and technology sectors for two decades. Their background experience includes curriculum development and course book creation.