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How can I design or upload a new E-Learning course to the RIW platform?
If a company would like to design a new E-learning course or upload a current and compatible E-Learning course (SCORM compliant), please fill in the Upload/Design E-Learning Course Service Request on the RIW website.
When sending a course for upload to the RIW E-Learning platform, it must meet the following requirements.
- SCORM 1.2 compliant.
- Designed in HTML5 - no out of support elements such Adobe Flash player.
- Contain EXIT/FINISH button on the last page of the course which will close browser tab and save the progress. This means the ultimate lesson status (i.e. - passed/completed) should be set on entry to the final page, not on exit. Otherwise, there is a risk of user closing their tab instead of existing properly.
- Contain SAVE & EXIT button on each page of the course (except last) which will close browser tab and save the progress at the current slide.
- 20 minutes per SCORM file. If E-Learning package takes longer than 20 minutes on average to proceed through all activities, it should be split into two or more separate 20-minute packages (which will all be a part of a single course).
- Up to 200 Mb per single SCORM file. If E-Learning package is larger than 200 Mb it should be split into two or more separate 200 Mb packages (which will all be a part of a single course).
- E-Learning packages should have a function either to continue from the last accessed page or start from the first page if it is accessed second time or more.
- If slides contain mandatory pieces of information, it should be obvious to the student that they are required to be watched/listened in order to progress to the next slide.
- Keep a record of what completion criteria have been set in the SCORM.
- SCORM file should be made useable in the mobile app native mode (allows workers to complete their E-Learning on a mobile device.
- Avoid using checks for a specific userAgent string from the web browser. If this is the case, the package will not play in the app's SCORM player.
- Avoid using SCORM launch pages.
For further queries regarding these requirements please contact the RIW Service Desk on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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