Uploading an exam to a virtual learning environment
Numbas produces SCORM objects which can be uploaded to any SCORM 2004-compatible VLE (virtual learning environment).
This page contains instructions on uploading a Numbas exam to Blackboard and Moodle. The first step is to create a SCORM package of your exam.
Creating a SCORM package
Each question and exam has a download link in the sidebar which, when clicked, offers a selecton of options. If you just want to make an exam available on the web and don't need to track scores, click the :guilabel:`standalone .zip (no SCORM)` link. For a version which can be uploaded to a VLE such as Blackboard or Moodle, click the :guilabel:`SCORM package` link.
In both cases, a .zip file containing everything needed to run the exam will be downloaded to your computer.
Uploading to the Numbas LTI provider
See the Numbas LTI provider documentation.
Uploading to Blackboard
At least Blackboard 9.1 Service Pack 6 is required to run Numbas exams. There's no way of checking your Blackboard version from within Blackboard, so check with your server admin that you're using a sufficiently recent version.
On the next screen, select the .zip file you downloaded earlier, then click :guilabel:`Submit`.
On the next screen you can set some options for your exam.
The default options are usually fine, but you should make sure that the settings under :guilabel:`SCORM availability` in particular are how you want them.
Click :guilabel:`Submit`, and your exam is ready to use!
Uploading to Moodle
Take a look at the rest of the settings on the page to make sure they're set how you want. The default settings are usually fine, though you might like to set :guilabel:`Hide navigation buttons` to :guilabel:`Yes` to save screen space.
When you're ready, click on :guilabel:`Save and display`. Your exam is ready to use!