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SCORM Implementation in e-learning

August 2004
Authors:  Eilif Trondsen and David Ealy

SCORM, the sharable content object reference model for eLearning standards and specifications, has not found univesal ambrace - partly because some eLearning providers are concerned about loss of competitive advantage if they move away from their proprietary technology or because users are concerned about SCORM's being too complex and constraining.  Nevertheless, growing numbers of eLearning adopters or providers in both the United States and other countries are embracing SCORM - especially in the government sector, including in defense departments.  Growing adoption is also taking place in both industry and academia - because no viable alternative exists for people recognizing the importance of interopability and other benefits that SCORM brings.

SCORM Implementation in e-learning