SCORM 2004 provides a powerful language for controlling sequencing and navigation between SCOs. As with any deep specification, it can take a little getting used to. When you’ve been working with it for a while, you sometimes forget all those little stumbling blocks you overcame on your way up the learning curve.

I recently had a chance to work on some rather involved sequencing templates after a several month sabbatical from sequencing and decided that this time around I’d write down all those juicy tidbits that are typically learned the hard way. I’ll be sharing them up here over the next few weeks and hopefully making life a bit easier for anybody who finds their way over to our little corner of the blogosphere.

Mike is the CEO of Watershed, though he is the Founder and was President of Rustici Software until 2016. He helped guide the first draft of the Tin Can API (xAPI) and believes ice cream is the "elixir of life."