Hosting Courses in Third Party LMS

If we wanted to host our scorm courses to a third party LMS do we just create a hyper link to the scorm in our server & share it with the company who wants to use the courses? Has anyone ever done this before. Last question. As it shared via a link & its an xapi scorm how would it send the data from within the course to the third party LMS?

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Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Ethan.

Thank you for reaching out!

If I understand your question correctly, you want to link your published SCORM course to a different LMS, right?

Do you have access to the published package or the .story file? Ideally, you would want to upload the content to the second LMS instead of linking to it.

Jason Haag

Veracity Learning (https://lrs.io) recently added hosting options to their LRS as well. So if you don't have an LMS and you also don't have a web server to host your content, this is a simple and affordable alternative. It also provides a way for you to add learners and a login capability that you would normally expect in an LMS.


I recently posted a tutorial on how to use this feature (if you're interested): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWahlopyA3I