Downloading course packages for use in your Learning Management System (LMS) is quick to do.
If you prefer videos, here is a brief walkthrough:
First, confirm that you are logged in to www.opensesame.com and that you have purchased licenses for whichever courses you want to download. Next, go to your dashboard by selecting "Dashboard" from the account menu at upper right:
On this page, confirm that your delivery preference is set to "LMS." If it is not, click on your current delivery preference to update it:
Note: If you are with a small company that does not have an LMS, you can distribute courses to your learners via CourseCloud Legacy.
When the delivery preference is set to LMS, you will see a package download button appear next to the course:
Our SCORM 1.2 packages will work in any standards-compliant LMS, and an individual course package will download as a .zip file, which must remain zipped in order to work. Simply upload the .zip to your LMS. (Please refer to your LMS's documentation if you are unfamiliar with its course-upload process.)
If your LMS uses the AICC file format instead of SCORM, you can update your package preference in the Edit Profile page. Open it by returning to the account menu at upper right:
You'll arrive on this page:
Scroll down to "LMS Package Type," which appears near the bottom. Update your preferred file type and click "Save Profile":
You will see a green confirmation box and return to your main dashboard, where the download button will have updated to "AICC Package":
As with our SCORM 1.2 packages, our AICC packages will work in any standards-compliant LMS. An individual course package will download as a .zip file, which must remain zipped in order to work. Simply upload the .zip to your LMS, and please refer to your LMS's documentation if you are unfamiliar with its course-upload process.
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