Keywords: large files, repositories, SCORM packages, learning objects
Moodle has functionality called repositories, which allows course owners to upload and access large files.
Zipped SCORM package folders can often exceed the maximum file upload size on Moodle, making it difficult for course owners to easily set up or update their scorm based content.
Staff can request Digital Education to upload large files for them.
Students will then be able to view these files within the Moodle course, usually as a SCORM package.
The first thing to do is to contact Digital Education and ask for a sub-folder to be set up in the the repositories folder and wait for confirmation that this is done.
Once you have confirmation from Digital Education that your folder has been set up:
You can now upload files to your repository area;
Now, when you setting up or editing your Scorm activity, when you are using the file picker to choose your content file, you will see your repository folder listed on the left pane of the file picker window
If you find any inaccurate or missing information you can even update this yourself (it's a communal wiki).
If you have a specific question about the tool please contact the Digital Education team.
Repositories FAQs are available on moodledocs.
See: M44 - SCORM