8 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi Ashley,

If you're not certain whether this is a Moodle issue, you could try using a different server to host your content. 

For example, you could try using SCORM Cloud.

Another option would be to use our Tempshare server. Just keep in mind that this server is only available for testing content - it is not officially supported by Articulate and all content will be removed automatically after 10 days.

In addition, you could also use Dropbox. Just remember that you'll need to place your content in the "Public" folder. Also, you'll need to make sure that the folder is enabled. To do so, click on this link.

You're always welcome to try out Articulate Online, as well - it's available for a free 30 day trial.

Let us know how it turns out.

Thanks!

Dan Marsden

I haven't heard of anyone who has tried to view JAWS compatible SCORM content within the Moodle SCORM player - I suspect that Moodle isn't compliant but I'd guess that most SCORM content out there isn't compatible either. If you know someone that has valid content and is able to test Moodle I'd appreciate any feedback.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Videesha,

I'm not sure what versions of Moodle support JAWS, and which ones don't. You'll want to check that you're using a supported browser as well based on your version of Storyline. 

The requirements are outlined below for:

Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with!