Edison Dictionary


The SCORM standard is an industry-wide software standard for the publication and playback of interactive multimedia content on the internet. The SCORM standard is used with eLearning courses and simulations, and is also known as Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). The SCORM standard is an open, collaborative approach to sharing content between publishers, authoring tools and learning platforms. It allows organisations to create content once and publish it to multiple applications without having to convert or republish it.

Benefits: SCORM content can be delivered across different devices SCORM supports digital rights management (DRM) It is easy to create digital products using SCORM It offers interoperability between different learning management systems

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