What is SCORM?

SCORM refers to Sharable Content Object Reference Model, a technical standard for writing e-learning content. It gives guidelines to programmers on how to write codes for e-learning products so that it can play well with other software. It is the de facto industry standard which allows organizations using e-learning as a training method to reuse content without rewriting expensive custom interfaces. Basically, SCORM determines how online content and Learning Management Systems (LMS) “talk” to each other. Let’s understand it part by part.

SCORM stands for

Sharable – Web based training content that is created using SCORM standards is sharable and interoperable with other SCORM compliant LMSs or e-learning content.

Content Object–e-learning material created using SCORM is in the form of small chunks or “content objects” that are sharable and often reusable.

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