Once you upload a scorm file and a user already opened it or the scorm file is in lesson plan or training module, it cannot be removed or moved from the central repository. This will cause a mess and confusion with your fellow admins on the Learn-WiseGo platform.
You should organize the scorm files in the central repository before making your training modules or lesson plans.
Note: You can replace & archive the scorm file but it must have the same name, unfortunately, you cannot change the file name.
Here are some tips and tricks I want to share with you: 1. Create Folders for your scorm files
Based on your users' locations such as USA, France, Australia
Course Lesson plan name:
For example, folder:On board training_2022, scorm files within the folder: Fire Safety, sex harassment & discrimination, Intro to workplace safety
Type of user such sales, distributors, physicians
2. Keep the name short and sweet
Abbreviations Some companies have different versions of the same module. For example in languages -> DLCO is the module but there are different languages available. ENG- english/GER-german/ITAL-italian so you can name the module: ENG_DLCO/GER_DLCO/ITAL_DLCO
Product name - example. DLCO, Selling-Collar
3. Use dates to help remember when was the last update
Depend on how often you need to update the course
It can be the year or month and year Ex. 12_15_2022_Skeptic_Skeleton
You can even name Skeptic_skeleton-module1 > then the next time, Skeptic_skeleton-module 2, module 2 will be the most updated verison.
4. Company Courses' Codes
Some companies have their own identification system such as a course code. It will help you keep track with your scorm files in the central repositry Ex. B_3651_Skeptic_Skeleton