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What is SCORM?
The Shareable Content Object Reference Model
defines a specific way of constructing Learning
Management Sys...
Why should I use SCORM?
 SCORM is a really powerful tool for anyone
involved in online training.
Content can be created on...
What is SCORM not?
SCORM governs online training only, and only
between a single user and the system.
Offline training doe...
Starting
Since its release in January 2000, the SCORM
has been in a test and evaluation phase.
As expected, participants r...
Versions of SCORM
SCORM 1.1
SCORM 1.2
SCORM 2004 (formerly known as SCORM 1.3)
Which version of SCORM is relevant?
The answer is all of them. The primary goal of
adopting SCORM is generally to create a...
SCORM 1.1
SCORM 1.1
     This marked the end of the trial implementation
phase and the beginning of the application phase ...
SCORM 1.1
The first production version.
 Used a Course Structure Format XML file
based on the AICC specifications to descr...
SCORM 1.2
SCORM 1.2 followed on 1.1, and solved many
of 1.1 s problems.
It was and is the widely adopted version. As of
Oc...
SCORM 1.3
SCORM 2004 (formerly known as SCORM 1.3)
is the most recent release.
It extends and formalizes the packaging and...
Sequencing and Navigation (S&N)
S&N allows the content vendor to specify both
the behavior within the SCO and the behavior...
SCORM 2004 1st Edition
January 2004
With the release of SCORM 2004 1st Edition, ADL
decided to change the versioning so th...
SCORM 2004 2nd Edition
July 2004
SCORM 2004 2nd Edition continued to build upon
a common Web-based quot;Content Aggregatio...
SCORM 2004 3rd Edition
October 2006
SCORM 2004 3rd Edition continues to build upon
a common Web-based quot;Content Aggrega...
SCORM 2004 3rd Edition
SCORM 2004 3rd Edition introduces changes
from past SCORM 2004 editions. These
changes fall into se...
Finally
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  1. 1. What is SCORM? The Shareable Content Object Reference Model defines a specific way of constructing Learning Management Systems and training content so that they work well with other SCORM conformant systems. Basically, the different versions of SCORM all govern the same two things: packaging content and exchanging data at run-time.
  2. 2. Why should I use SCORM? SCORM is a really powerful tool for anyone involved in online training. Content can be created one time and used in many different systems and situations without modification.
  3. 3. What is SCORM not? SCORM governs online training only, and only between a single user and the system. Offline training does not apply, nor does group training.
  4. 4. Starting Since its release in January 2000, the SCORM has been in a test and evaluation phase. As expected, participants raised a number of questions and issues as they attempted to implement the SCORM Version 1.0.
  5. 5. Versions of SCORM SCORM 1.1 SCORM 1.2 SCORM 2004 (formerly known as SCORM 1.3)
  6. 6. Which version of SCORM is relevant? The answer is all of them. The primary goal of adopting SCORM is generally to create an interoperable system that will work well with other systems. Support for all of the SCORM versions and AICC is essential to fulfilling that goal. To date, there are three released versions of SCORM, each building on top of the prior one.
  7. 7. SCORM 1.1 SCORM 1.1 This marked the end of the trial implementation phase and the beginning of the application phase for ADL. It included corrections and improvements based on feedback received from the SCORM Version 1.0 release. Changing Sharable Courseware Object Reference Model to Sharable Content Object Reference Model is the most noticeable change.
  8. 8. SCORM 1.1 The first production version. Used a Course Structure Format XML file based on the AICC specifications to describe content structure. Lacked a robust packaging manifest and support for metadata. Quickly abandoned in favor of SCORM 1.2.
  9. 9. SCORM 1.2 SCORM 1.2 followed on 1.1, and solved many of 1.1 s problems. It was and is the widely adopted version. As of October 2005, every major LMS continues to support it, and the majority of content vendors still produce content that meets the 1.2 specification.
  10. 10. SCORM 1.3 SCORM 2004 (formerly known as SCORM 1.3) is the most recent release. It extends and formalizes the packaging and run-time portions of the 1.2 standard, but its key addition is the sequencing and navigation (S&N) specification.
  11. 11. Sequencing and Navigation (S&N) S&N allows the content vendor to specify both the behavior within the SCO and the behavior between the SCOs. This allows for substantially richer content interactions and huge increases in the reuse of SCOs. Adoption has been slow, to this point, but the number of LMS s and content vendors supporting SCORM 2004 is increasing greatly.
  12. 12. SCORM 2004 1st Edition January 2004 With the release of SCORM 2004 1st Edition, ADL decided to change the versioning so that each book can be maintained independently. The number of specifications and the sheer size of the documents have made this change necessary to manage revisions and corrections to the document set. Note: The ADL Technical Team no longer supports this edition.
  13. 13. SCORM 2004 2nd Edition July 2004 SCORM 2004 2nd Edition continued to build upon a common Web-based quot;Content Aggregation Modelquot; and a quot;Run-Time Environmentquot; for learning content. This version built up its collection of specifications and standards adapted from multiple sources to provide a comprehensive suite of e-learning capabilities that enable interoperability, accessibility and reusability of Web-based learning content.
  14. 14. SCORM 2004 3rd Edition October 2006 SCORM 2004 3rd Edition continues to build upon a common Web-based quot;Content Aggregation Modelquot; and a quot;Run-Time Environmentquot; for learning content. SCORM continues to solidify its collection of specifications and standards adapted from multiple sources to provide a comprehensive suite of e-learning capabilities that enable interoperability, accessibility and reusability of Web-based learning content.
  15. 15. SCORM 2004 3rd Edition SCORM 2004 3rd Edition introduces changes from past SCORM 2004 editions. These changes fall into several categories: clarification of concepts, clarification of requirements, changes due to standardization/specification efforts, best practices from the ADL Community, enhancements and bug fixes.
  16. 16. Finally
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