CourseModule159

Jul 15, 2020

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I'm using the Captivate mulit-scorm packager with the 2004 SCORM standard, (to force sequence).  I'm using the Simple Remediation template with a post-test.  The course has 16 SCOs and the Assessment as the post-test.  All were published and zipped in Captivate with 2004 standard, 4th edition.  The new course organized into one module with multiple SCOs and the post-test.  My question is that when I published the muli-scorm package, it created a "CourseModule159" folder that duplicated every file and folder from my original individual zipped published content.  So instead of having 3500 or so files to upload to my LMS, I now have over 7000 files.  This doesn't seem like normal behavior.  Anyone have any experience with this or know why CourseModule159 was created?

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CourseModule159

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I'm using the Captivate mulit-scorm packager with the 2004 SCORM standard, (to force sequence).  I'm using the Simple Remediation template with a post-test.  The course has 16 SCOs and the Assessment as the post-test.  All were published and zipped in Captivate with 2004 standard, 4th edition.  The new course organized into one module with multiple SCOs and the post-test.  My question is that when I published the muli-scorm package, it created a "CourseModule159" folder that duplicated every file and folder from my original individual zipped published content.  So instead of having 3500 or so files to upload to my LMS, I now have over 7000 files.  This doesn't seem like normal behavior.  Anyone have any experience with this or know why CourseModule159 was created?

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