There’s a great resource of SCORM creation tools (open source, freeware and commercial) available at Moodle.org. Check out the resource for the complete list:
SCORM. You might have see it listed as one of the possible formats your course can have (in the course settings under format) or you might have seen it listed in the possible activities you could add to your classroom when editing is turned on. This post will cover four important aspects of SCORM and how you can find, upload, implement and use it in your classroom. This isn't meant to be an exhaustive tutorial, more of a primer so that you can seek more information if you think it will be a benefit to your online classroom.
Here are 48+ neat providers of content that you can embed–or place–on a web page. This is content that can easily be "embedded" in blogs, wikis, and/or Moodle. Some of it you can make yourself, while others comes from other sources.