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Today one of the hot topics and areas of need is SCORM. I have many clients who contact me and ask what does SCORM compliant mean and how do they become SCORM compliant. SCORM stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based electronic educational technology (also called eLearning). That is a mouthful isn’t it? That is why we abbreviate it!
So why would you use SCORM? When working on ePlatforms, typically when your content is put into a SCORM compliant package, it allows you to upload it to any platform without having to manually load each item. This also allows you to sell any of your trainings or classes to anyone who wants to use them on a SCORM Compliant eLearning platform.
One of the many problems that arise from clients is the terminology of SCORM compliancy. Many of the LMS systems out there are SCORM compliant, meaning they accept the file and their system can run it. When courses are created in the LMS system directly, that does not mean they are now in SCORM compliance. In order to create a SCORM package, one must use a software program to create the course and publish it as SCORM in order to upload it into the system.
There are many programs out there to choose from to create your eLearning SCORM package, but the most robust of software programs are Articulate Storyline 2 and Adobe Captivate. These programs have many premade templates to help users cut creation time down. Along with that there are many tutorials within the program and also online.
Why would somebody choose a SCORM creation rather than just create within the LMS? There are numerous reasons to do this. The first and foremost is the overall cost. Many times, uploading one zipped SCORM package is much cheaper for the user than creating within the system. Second, users have the ability to create responsive courses that can be used on any device with features like drag-and-drop and more.
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