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Before we bought 30 inch monitors for everybody, we used to print out all of the SCORM specs as they came out. The hard copy made them a whole lot easier to digest even though it meant the slaughter of many innocent trees. In unpacking the last boxes in our new office today I came across all of them. It makes a nice visual for why it makes sense to work with Rustici Software if you’re serious about providing standards support.
SCORM specs

What’s in the pile:

  • SCORM 1.1
  • SCORM 1.2
  • SCORM 1.3 (“first edition” of SCORM 2004)
  • SCORM 2004 2nd Edition
  • IMS Content Packaging
  • IMS Common Cartridge
  • MedBiquitous Healthcare LOM

  • MIKY

    When will SCORM 2.0 release?
    I couldn’t find any clue for that in ADL’s web site.

  • There are no official plans for a SCORM 2.0. For a good overview of where the current standards evolution process is, see SCORM Ain’t Dead: That Which Can’t Be Said and SCORM Ain’t Dead: Where We Will Head.

  • MIKY

    so i cna understand form the link above that actually there is no progress in SCORM version for the next future?
    is it suggested to continue on scorm 2004 4th edition – at leaset for this year and the next coming one?

  • Yes, for the time being, you should proceed with SCORM 2004. You might also want to consider implementing LETSI RTWS as an intermediate solution to many of the shortcomings of SCORM.