OK – it’s time to get started. I’m going to set a few ground rules to bound the problem a little better.
- I’m going to limit the investigation to SCORM 1.2. There’s not many people using versions of SCORM earlier than 1.2, and SCORM 2004 is a lot more complicated. But, if I can figure out SCORM 1.2, that should be a good stepping stone if I choose to go further.
- Rather than build it into a real LMS, I’m going to mimic the LMS side of things with some simple PHP coding, and use a MySQL database to store the data.
That’s it. I’ll let you know if I can think of any more.