Customizing Courses

Exporting a Course

Courses in the LMS can be exported in a few different file formats:

 

Full, static package

This is a SCORM-compliant package that allows you to export a course to be used in a different LMS system.

 

Connector

This allows you to export a file to be used in a different LMS system, but allows you to edit the course using znanja’s editing tools while still using a different LMS to manage students.

Connector files can be exported as either Multi-SCO or Single-SCO. Some LMS systems require one format or the other. Be sure to verify which type of connector is needed for an LMS system.

 

ePub

Courses can also be exported as an ePub file, which is an e-book file type that can be used with electronic devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones.

Note that this feature must first be enabled by Velsoft.

 

 

Exporting a SCORM Package

If you already have an LMS and you want to keep using it, you can export your content from our eLearning environment. This will create a SCORM-compliant package that has no dependency on our system.

  1. To begin, click the Courses button on the sidebar and click My Courses.




  2. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the course you want to work with and click “Export full, static package.”




  3. Your browser should prompt you to save the ZIP file. Follow the prompts to complete the export.



 

Exporting a Connector Package

You can also export the file and use our editing tools to customize your course while using your LMS to manage students. This is all done using our Connector technology, where most changes to the course will not require you to reimport the course into your LMS. If you spot a typo or want to update content in your course, simply edit the course in our editor and that's it. You'll see your changes immediately in your LMS.

  1. To begin, click the Courses button on the sidebar and click My Courses.




  2. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the course you want to work with and click “Export connector.”




  3. Your browser should prompt you to save the ZIP file. Follow the prompts to complete the export.