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 and thought that it was just another technology-related acronym. Perhaps you’re a developer or content creator and are actually intimately acquainted with all things SCORM. Regardless, it’s a familiar term. There’s a reason for that.

SCORM is a mainstay of the industry, to put it shortly. Standing for Sharable Content Object Reference Model, SCORM has existed for 20 years and is still one of the most popular content models to this day. In the world of technology, SCORM’s lifespan is something to marvel about. Very few technologies last that long these days. Certainly, the SCORM standards have undergone revisions, and there have been several new editions during the past two decades, but the general concept and purpose of SCORM has stayed the same: to create interoperable, affordable, and reusable online training content.

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