If your institution has enabled the SCORM LTI, you can upload SCORM ZIP files as assignments and as pages in your course (per the applicable package content). SCORM is a technical standard for many e-learning products and is often used to create course content. Once enabled, the SCORM Link will appear in the Course Navigation menu. SCORM packages are imported as External Tool Assignment submissions.
To enable your SCORM content as a stand-alone HTML site, you may need to re-export your SCORM content.
The SCORM LTI must be enabled in External Apps at the account level before it can be used in courses. If you are an administrator, please contact your Customer Success Manager for assistance.
If you delete a SCORM assignment in the Pages page, you can still view the uploaded page on the SCORM page. However, if you delete the uploaded page in the SCORM page, the page is also deleted from all other applicable Canvas locations.
Canvas supports the following versions of SCORM: SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 (2nd, 3rd, and 4th Edition).
SCORM is not available in beta or test environments of Canvas.
In Course Navigation, click the SCORM link.
Click the Upload button.
Select the file from your computer  and click the Open button .
Choose Import Type
Once the file is uploaded, select they object import type. Click the Choose Import Type menu  and select the Import as page option  . You can import the file as a graded assignment, an ungraded assignment, or a page.
Note: The import type selected when importing a SCORM file is permanent and cannot be changed in Canvas.
Click the Go button.
Note: If content does not immediately load, your LTI tool may need to be reconfigured. Please contact your admin for assistance.
To view the page in Canvas or to edit the page, click the Assignment icon.
To preview the uploaded content, click the Preview icon.
SCORM page previews display the files they appear for students in your course.
To reset the test content, click the Reset button .
To close the preview window, click the Done button .
To delete a SCORM file, click the Delete icon.
Note: If you delete a SCORM page upload in Pages, you can still view the file on the SCORM page. Clicking the Assignment icon generates an error. However, if you delete the uploaded file in the SCORM page, the page is also deleted from all other applicable Canvas locations.