If you are looking for SCORM Packager, you have come to the right place. We explain what SCORM Packager is and point you to the official download.
What is SCORM Packager?
In order to comprehend the utility of the SCORM Packager from Adobe Systems, one must be familiar with SCORM first—SCORM stands for the Shareable Content Object Reference Model, which is a set of definitions employed in the development of e-learning scenarios, content and systems based on XML.
The SCORM Packager is actually not a distinct product in itself, but rather a part of another product from Adobe: the Captivate software. Users of Captivate, at least from Captivate 4 onwards, are provided with the SCORM Packager as an additional utility that they can use in order to—as the name says—package or put together several SCORM-compliant or SCORM-related elements into a single bundle. The bundle is ideally one where all the separate courses or e-learning materials wrapped in it are related, of course. In other words, the packager is for users who need to find a way to create a single SCORM e-learning unit out of several different modules that may differ from each other in their content, their mechanism of tutelage (some may be demonstrative, others quiz-type, still others interactive SWFs) or creator.
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File types supported by SCORM Packager
Our users primarily use SCORM Packager to open these file types:
About file types supported by SCORM Packager
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Last updated: : August 5, 2014