SCORM format: 7 principles for elearning content

What is the SCORM format?

SCORM format is an acronym formed by “Sharable Content Object Reference Model”, a set of standards and specifications that allows creating structured pedagogical objects.

Creating content with SCORM format allows you to create content that can be imported into different learning management systems, if they support the SCORM standard.

The contents that have this format follow the following requirements: Interoperability, reusability, manageability, accessibility, durability, scalability and cost effectiveness.


7 features of the SCORM format


# 1 SCORM format follows interoperability

Do you think that a learning management system or LMS can display and manage the content created for another platform? Interoperability offers the possibility to display content in SCORM format regardless of how it was created and produce content regardless of the platform on which it will be incorporated. The contents with this format follow the requirement of interoperability, which facilitates the production of content to generate courses that can be installed on any platform.

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