Make your Northpass content come to life with SCORM files available via your OpenSesame account.
As soon as you visit the Northpass Course Marketplace, we will automatically create an OpenSesame account on your behalf. If you wish to connect your existing OpenSesame account, please contact the Northpass Support team at email@example.com.
Accessing the Marketplace
In the Content area of the app, click on Course Marketplace.
When you access the Course Marketplace, you will be able to browse the various categories available in the catalog. To narrow down your search, use the course catalog search tools to find the perfect course.
Courses are available for purchase through the OpenSesame catalog. Courses can be purchased individually, in bundles, or through the OpenSesame Plus subscription.
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Importing Content into Northpass
Once you have successfully purchased the course(s), they need to be added to your Media Library so they can be distributed to your learners.
In order to do so, simply go to your My Courses page in the catalog.
Now select courses you'd like to import and click on "Send to LMS" (please note: depending on the size of the files, it may take a few moments to import).
A confirmation message will appear on the screen once your courses are sent successfully.
Once your OpenSesame courses have been successfully uploaded to Northpass, you can create a course using the content. To do so, head to the Media Library in Northpass.
Once a SCORM package has been processed, the Status will change to Ready. Then, the Actions dropdown will include the option "Create course from file".
You can now go ahead and enjoy your new course by locating the course within the Content tab and clicking "Preview" button, there are no additional actions to be taken in order to use it!
🚨 Please note: Do not remove your courses from Media Library. Once deleted, you will not be able to add it again using the same Admin email address. This is a known limitation from OpenSesame unfortunately. 🚨