SCORM 2004, the most common specification in eLearning
SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a specification of Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), defined as:
SCORM integrates a set of related technical standards, specifications, and guidelines designed to meet ADL’s functional requirements – accessibility, adaptability, interoperability, durability, and reusability.
This specification enables content exchanges between SCORM compatible Learning Management System (LMS) platforms.
Why choose SCORM 2004?
- Your eLearning content – as well as any other SCORM compliant content – are available on your platform. The results, answers and progress of your learners are automatically saved.
- SCORM compliant eLearning content are accessible on your own LMS or any other LMS SCORM compliant.
- With SCORM, you can capitalize on any of your training projects: you can reuse and reedit old versions of modules (partly or entirely).
- Designers have the option of choosing how learners can sequence their activities (creation of real-time programs).
MOS Chorus allows importing, reading, and monitoring HTML, AICC, SCORM 1.2 and 2004 content.
MOS Chorus is registered as a SCORM Adopter by ADL.