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    Exclamation Uniservity - Large SCORM files

    Hello all,

    Our school has purchased several DVD's which contain SCORM files, created specifically to upload to Learning Platforms.

    When opening the disk content, the SCORM file is 1.08GB in size!! I have tried to upload this to Uniservity and i get an error saying failed to read source file.

    I remember last year a Uniservity representative saying if SCORM files were over 500mb they recommend sending them in to be uploaded for us. The problem is they want to charge £75+ VAT PER FILE!!!

    Has anyone successfully uploaded a large SCORM file to Uniservity? If so, how did you do it? I am going to take the disk home this weekend to see if it will upload from home.

    Many thanks

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    I assume you are talking about Birchfield? I believe they have packaged their videos in to scorm. Certainly not the best way to do it. For online delivery you need smaller scorm packages with links to video. This makes it easier to use in learning Platforms.



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