Shareable Content Object Reference Model, with the popular acronym ‘SCORM’ is an established technical standard for eLearning software products. SCORM enables programmers to write code in such a way that it would function well – ‘play well’ – in other eLearning software.

Basically, SCORM is purely a technical specification that regulates how Learning Management Systems and eLearning content interact with one another – eLearning content integration.

Any eLearning software products that fail to follow the line would be punished. In a nutshell, SCORM helps to standardize eLearning specifications, as well as help Learning Management System (LMS) and learning content to interacts. SCORM is used by eLearning professionals working in the authoring tool, eLearning industry, organizations, programmers and developers.

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    We are an exciting training and education prvider in the UK and due to the current Covid-19 outbreak are looking to work with an e-learning developer to develop the knowledge units of our courses into SCORM to continue to deliver courses with social distancing rules in place. The content will be provided for you and will cover the knowledge units of courses. The SCORM will need to be created for k...

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    I have videos that i need someone to convert into interactive storyline files. I have allready designed where to add interactions hospots and questions, using [login to view URL] now i need a professional who can do this for me in articluate storyleine file is in english arabic urdu, i have attached a sample file for review

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    We at ICICI require SCORM content for our LMS. The modules we required need to have a voice in them and should be interactive from the user side i.e Q&A

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