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 defined how online training content is packaged, delivered, and launched. SCORM’s longevity is really amazing, considering the rapid rate at which technology develops these days. If it followed the same trajectory of many other technologies, SCORM would be obsolete. But it isn’t. 

So why is SCORM still so relevant? There are a few answers, a couple of which that we’ve answered in past blogs. Overall, SCORM’s interoperability is its current greatest allure. While that’s certainly it’s most prevalent attribute, there are other, equally beneficial attributes of SCORM that deserve as much attention. While we will still discuss interoperability some, we’ll also discuss reusability and affordability, which are results of interoperability in this case. 

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