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  1. An organization identifies the type of material that it wants to provide as online courseware.
  2. An organization uses a third-party authoring tool that is capable of generating SCORM or Tin Can compliant content to create online courseware.
    • SCORM and Tin Can are standards for developing and deploying online/e-learning courseware. Tin Can is also referred to as the Experience API.
    • See for general information about the SCORM standard.
    • See for general information about the Tin Can standard.
    • Aptify LMS supports content that complies with SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, and Tin Can 1.0 and earlier.
    • Aptify LMS leverages Rustici's SCORM Engine2013.2 ( The Rustici SCORM Engine also supports content that complies with additional e-Learning standards, such as AICC and PENS. However, Aptify has not tested the Aptify LMS solution with this type of content. If you are interested in using one of these other standards, contact Aptify Customer Support to discuss your requirements.
    • Aptify LMS provides an interface for students to interact with SCORM or Tin Can compliant content. Aptify LMS does not create SCORM or Tin Can content. An organization needs to use a third-party authoring tool to create SCORM or Tin Can content.
    • Leading content authoring tools that can generate SCORM and Tin Can compliant content include:
    • Note that the specific properties of a content file are defined within the selected authoring tool and not within Aptify LMS.
    • The content authoring tool is responsible for the format of the online content. Aptify LMS is only responsible for the delivery of that content. For example, if the content authoring tool supports generating HTML5 content, then Aptify LMS can display that content.
    • When creating content for Aptify LMS, keep in mind that each SCORM ZIP file will correspond to one Course Parts record in Aptify. Therefore, if you want to display each lesson as a separate link on an e-Business Class page, then each lesson would need its own content file.
  3. A course administrator imports the online content files into Aptify. See Importing Online Course Content for details.
  4. A course administrator creates Courses and Classes in Aptify as needed. See How to Use Education Management for details. 
  5. A course administrator links the online content's Course Parts records to Aptify Courses and Classes as applicable. See  Adding On-line Content Parts to Courses and Classes for details.
  6. Students register for online classes and access content over an e-Business site. See How Students Access On-line Content for details
  7. After a student completes an online course, a course administrator evaluates the student's results and processes the student's Class Registrations record as necessary. See Evaluating a Student’s Results for details.