What is manifest SCORM?

What is manifest SCORM?

The SCORM manifest documents the contents of the SCORM package much as a shipping manifest does. It contains details of the resources used in the material and the way they are organized. Some LMS use elements of the manifest as the default identifier when importing the package.

What is sequencing in SCORM?

SCORM Sequencing and Navigation. Sequencing is what happens between SCOs and outside of SCOs. Sequencing determines what navigational controls and options are available to the learner. Further, it orchestrates the flow and status of the course as a whole.

What are SCORM activities?

A SCORM activity (or package) is a collection of online training material that is put together to an agreed standard for learning objects. The SCORM activity module enables SCORM and AICC packages to be uploaded as a zip file into your Moodle-space.

Where does the manifest file go in SCORM 2004?

More Information: The SCORM 2004 sequencing XML binding. Once the content has been represented in XML, it is saved into a file called “imsmanifest.xml”. The manifest file must always exist at the root of the content.

What’s the difference between a SCORM manifest and a SCO?

Notice the differences in the SCORM manifests for each SCORM version: This example demonstrates the most basic content package. It simply considers all of the files within the course to be part of a single SCO that is listed in the manifest and packaged up. This example is provided for all versions of SCORM.

Which is the most recent version of SCORM?

Version 1.0 of SCORM was released in 2000, followed by SCORM 1.2 in 2001. The most recent release (2009) is SCORM 2004 4th Edition. The ADL Initiative maintains documentation for SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 3rd Edition, and SCORM 2004 4th Edition (see Versions & Resources section below).

How are sequencing rules encoded in SCORM 2004?

In SCORM 2004, every activity can have a set of sequencing rules assigned to it. These rules are encoded in XML in the course manifest. SCORM was designed so that a simple course consisting of nothing but assets should not need to specify any sequencing rules except for the defaults.