SCORM Explained

SCORM stands for 'Sharable Content Object Reference Model'. It is a specification provided by ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning) and is an initiative of US Department of Defense. This is a standard both for content creators as well as for e-Learning solution providers. There are two SCORM standards, SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004.

Version(s) Supported

Currently, vLearning and vLearningPro support SCORM 1.2.

Level of Compliance

vLearning and vLearningPro support SCORM 1.2 and have passed all the tests in ADL Conformance Test Suite 1.2.7 for level 'LMS-RTE3', which is the highest level of conformance for SCORM 1.2 specification and indicates that all the mandatory and all the optional elements are implemented in the LMS.

SCORM Content Authoring

vLearning and vLearningPro don't provide a SCORM content authroing tool. Content creators have to use separate SCORM content authroing tools to create SCORM compliant content package, which can then be loaded in vLearning or vLearningPro.


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