I would like to set up a demo that includes a single course of study for which there are existing paper documents. I can see that it would be possible to upload any number of documents to the system's file storage module, but I have a sneaky suspicion that this is not the answer!
I have searched the content repository and can see a bewildering array of packages for .LRN. There seems to be no way for me to establish which of these I need at the moment. I have been unable to find much in the way of live documentation since all the MIT Sloan docs have been taken down.
I imagine that it is possible to upload IMS_LD and SCORM content files and have these 'played' on the client machine, but I am not sure which packages I should focus on.
A few jump out at me as possible candidates:
I wonder if someone can help me by telling me which packages are current and typically most likely to be useful in a .LRN installation.
Presumably the choice is determined by whether your course content is IMS_LD, SCORM or LAMS? I confess I have no idea what LORS is!?
Do I need to decide on a content delivery standard first?
In which case, what is most favoured these days?
Sorry to ask probably stupid questions, but you have to start somewhere.