Well, it’s been about 13 years since I wrote the first post on the SCORM.com blog, and so they asked me to come back to write what will likely be the last. You see, SCORM is mostly static at this point. Yes, it’s still used the world over for a very specific purpose, and we actually don’t see that slowing down. But this much is true…the specification is pretty static, and most of the changes are happening in adjacent spaces (like xAPI).

So, barring some breaking SCORM news, we’re going to focus our writing in a couple of other places: xAPI.com and RusticiSoftware.com. Thank you following along, commenting, sharing and supporting this blog. Now please go ahead and redirect your attentions to the others. We’ll have lots more to say there.

Tim is the chief innovation and product officer with our parent company LTG, though he used to be CEO here at Rustici Software. If you’re looking for a plainspoken answer to a standards-based question, or to just play an inane game, Tim is your person.