How to be an informed SCORM buyer

We've been driven batty these past few weeks by the problems that some of our customers have been experiencing because of SCORM.  Or, to be more precise, what they've been told is SCORM by other less reputable e-learning companies.

So we thought we'd write up what to look for when buying a SCORM course so that you know that what you've bought will do what it says on the tin.  Here goes.

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