Some things are classic and can stand the test of time–but websites are definitely not one of them. SCORM.com has been plugging away in its current design since 2009. That’s like a hundred years in web development. You all have been kind and only slightly mocked our outdated design and horrible (i.e. non-existent) mobile UX.

So, to thank you for your patience and acknowledge that it is in fact 2018, we’re launching a newly overhauled version of SCORM.com–coming soon to your web browser or mobile device!

What to expect with the new website

Don’t worry–we’re not taking away any of the articles, references or content that you currently find on this website. If you want to dig into SCORM Run-Time reference, Sequencing and Content Packaging, this is definitely the site for you. We are updating things a bit so that all content related to the SCORM standard is still available here (including the famous Golf sample SCORM courses) in an easy to use, responsive design. (Yes, a responsive website!!) And we’ll continue to have our site search so you can always find the article you’re looking for if you haven’t bookmarked it by now.

What you won’t find here

We are also overhauling RusticiSoftware.com, which is where you’ll soon find information on the products and software solutions that we offer and all of the supporting documentation for our products including SCORM Engine, SCORM Driver, SCORM Cloud and others. You’ll start hearing us call them Rustici Engine and Rustici Driver, because they support more than just SCORM these days.

You might have noticed that we’ve been pretty quiet on this blog post over the past few years. While SCORM is still very much used widely across the industry, the standard itself is no longer evolving. That doesn’t mean that we don’t continue to update our products when it comes to SCORM support. You’d be amazed at what an update in Chrome can do to a SCORM player. We will continue to evolve how our products support SCORM but we’ll talk about that more on the RusticiSoftware.com blog when we have new product releases. You can sign up to subscribe to that blog here. So going forward, the SCORM.com blog will be available as an archive since so many of these articles are still very relevant after all of these years (even if they looked a bit dated).

When does all of this happen?

Expect SCORM.com to look different later this month. And as always, whenever you have a question about SCORM, just ask. We’re not going anywhere. We’ll just be a bit more stylish the next time you see us.

Tammy knew what SCORM was several years before joining Rustici Software, and she’s not even a standards dork. She’s the Director of Accounts and Marketing, the general wearer of lots of hats. She’s also an Iron(wo)Man many times over.