SCORM is a set of of technical standards which specify how e-learning software should be built. It is the de facto industry standard for e-learning interoperability.
Recent blog posts:
SCORM 101 Presentation
[June 11, 2009]
We’re often asked to make presentations on SCORM. Typically these sessions are quick overviews of what SCORM is, how it works, why it is important, etc. Here is a virtual presentation of “SCORM 101” that Mike Rustici made to the metro-DC chapter of ASTD.
LETSI Run-time Web Services Project Orientation
[June 30, 2009]
This presentation was made virtually to SALTIS in June 2009. It describes the initial work of the LETSI Run-time web services project. This first phase is creating a web services binding for the SCORM 2004 API.
Project Tin Can Overview
We presented this talk several times during the second half of 2011. It gives an overview of Project Tin Can and the proposed solution. See a slides of the presentation from LEEF 2011.
How can I learn more?
Learn about SCORM from a business perspective.
Read about the technical implementation of SCORM.
Find more resources, including a glossary of common SCORM terms, a SCORM reference poster and links to other sites about SCORM.