SCORM.com is sooo 2009

Some things are classic and can stand the test of time–but websites are definitely not one of them. SCORM.com has been plugging away in its […]

SCORM.com circa 2018 is live!

You’ve probably noticed that SCORM.com looks different today. As promised, we updated the site to bring it up to more modern standards (yes- a responsive […]

That’s all folks: the final blog post on SCORM.com

Well, it’s been about 13 years since I wrote the first post on the SCORM.com blog, and so they asked me to come back to […]

How To Make The Most Out Of Your SCORM Package Embedded Into Moodle

You have used your favorite authoring tool to make your SCORM course, and it actually looks really nice as a standalone object. But is it […]

SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004

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What is SCORM-compliant?

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Keeping eLearning standards grounded in the rapidly-changing world of web browsers

As learning standards experts here at Rustici Software, we know that the standards like SCORM, xAPI, cmi5, and AICC by and large remain constant and […]

6 Reasons You Need a Content Licensing Solution

First, you’re probably asking yourself what a content licensing solution actually is. That’s a fantastic question. It’s an innovative new technology that allows you to […]

Who Needs SCORM? Organizations with Multiple Departments

If you’ve been following our recent blog posts about SCORM, you’ll remember that SCORM has had a surprisingly long lifespan. For 20 years, SCORM has […]

Who Needs SCORM? Content Providers with Extensive Reach

If you’ve been around the eLearning industry for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard the word SCORM before. Maybe you heard someone say it […]

Who Needs SCORM? Businesses with an Internal LMS

The Sharable Content Object Reference Model, or SCORM, still heavily influences the eLearning industry, even two decades after its initial release. In a time characterized […]

SCORM Is Dying, Long Live xAPI

SCORM, in all its incarnations, has been a constant within the eLearning community for well over a decade, 18 years to be exact. Since then, […]

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