SCORM is a technical standard for online courseware, and can be utilized in a course in many ways, from amazingly simple bookmarking to achingly complex sequencing and navigation. SCORM’s most important contribution to elearning — in my mind, anyway — is the standardization of communication between a course and an LMS, which enables course portability between LMS systems regardless of course or LMS vendor.
A revised version of the ADL SCORM API wrapper, intended to bring the wrapper more in line with the “Web 2.0” world. [ read more ]
ActionScript SCORM Classes (API Wrappers)
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