We are getting ready to dowload a SCORM package from a vendor.
Yes, Vera, Bridge supports SCORM 1.2 / 2004. Please refer to How do I upload or replace a course package? and the document linked to therein, SCORM Best Practices.
Stephanie, do you prefer one over the other (1.2 vs. 2004)?
Hi Susan Stewart!
I know you asked Stefanie Sanders, but I can't help myself.
2004 is the latest and greatest, so it's easy to recommend going with 2004. However, I can tell you that we have run both 1.2 and 2004 SCORM courses in Bridge without issues. If you've not used SCORM before, it can be quirky at times to get browsers to play nice, but it offers some great benefits.
This is wayyy too much information, but the SCORM fathers wrote a blog on the different versions and have a little timeline here of the evolution. There are some functionality differences between the two, so it may be of value. The short version is that 1.2 can't do all the things that 2004 does. https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/business-of-scorm/scorm-versions/ To date, we aren't using all the amazing features of SCORM, which is why some of our older courses are still rocking 1.2 without any issues. Going forward, we are deliberate in building content in 2004.
I hope this helps!
Thanks, Heidi. Always great to hear what’s working for other users!
I see the Bridge SCORM Best Practices guide includes Captivate and Storyline, do you think you you add Rise 360 as well?
We have courses built in both Captivate and Articulate Storyline. 360 is worth it for the catalog of resources if nothing else. We haven't used Rise yet, but I have some specific purposes in mind.
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