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Cheating on SCORM Courses – It’s Not Difficult

Since I’ve spent much of the last 10 years working in the slightly paranoid world of information security, I’ve always been concerned about SCORM’s dependence on JavaScript for communicating with a LMS. It’s always seemed to me that it would … Continue reading

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SCORM 1.2 Cookbook

The late Claude Ostyn – in his role as Learning Standards Strategist for Click2Learn – created a wonderful SCORM 1.2 Resource Kit aka the SCORM Cookbook. Sadly, despite its popularity, SumTotal Systems (the descendent of Click2Learn) removed the SCORM 1.2 … Continue reading

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A SCORM Primer from ADL

Just a brief aside … I’d forgotten about this SCORM Primer from Philip Dodds at ADL. It’s a pretty high-level overview of the subject but might help you see how the SCORM RTE – the subject of the work I’m … Continue reading

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Background Reading

SCORM – the Shareable Common Object Reference Model – started as an initiative from the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL – part of the US Department of Defense) – and built on earlier projects such as AICC. The ADL website … Continue reading

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