SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is an eLearning standard originally created by the US Department of Defense in the 1990s and is administered by the Advanced Distributed Learning association (ADL). It's purpose is to simplify importing and exporting course content between learning management systems.

SCORM Package elements are the ideal element type to use when you need to import a third party SCORM (SCO) presentation where 1.2 compliance and object grade recording are paramount. In order to take advantage of SCORM Package elements you will need to have software that allows you to create SCOs (Sharable Content Objects). There are many SCORM compliant tools on the market, you will need to do some research to see which one will work best for you. Use of such tools will allow you to combine, slides, video, animation, flash objects, tests and more together into a single SCO and upload as a SCORM package element.

The maximum display size of a SCORM element within DigitalChalk is:  980x700