SCORM is an abbreviation for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. It is a set of standards used to create an eLearning product, such as an online course or learning management system.
There are two versions of SCORM Dispatch that EVERFI currently uses: SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 (3rd edition).
Why it Matters
When EVERFI creates an online course using the standards of SCORM Dispatch it integrates easily into a learning management system or site also built using SCORM Dispatch because the same specifications exist. This allows a quicker and more seamless integration of a course.
Using SCORM Dispatch
See Foundry SCORM Dispatch Integration for more details
SCORM is not available for all courses so you will need to contact your Account Manager or Customer Support to ensure the courses you wan to deploy are available.
If you are using a learning management system or site that uses the SCORM standard, EVERFI will provide you a course that also uses SCORM.
For each course, you will receive a “SCORM dispatch package.” The SCORM dispatch package is delivered as a package file that you will upload into your learning management system or site that hosts the course.
The SCORM dispatch package includes the following information:
- Organization ID (ID of the org)
- Content ID (ID of the course)
- Package ID (ID of the package, used for mapping users to content. New packages must be created to redeploy the same course, location, and role)
- Geolocation (Location of learner taking the course)
- SCORM Version (1.2 and 2004)
- Role (Role of learner taking the course, ex: Supervisor or Non-Supervisor)