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Poor SCORM. Its a bit of an elearning standards whipping boy, but the reality is it works (mostly).

I say mostly because if you have a dodgy network connection, it might not work too well actually.

We have a prospect for Bright who is looking to “syndicate” their content and this is an interesting use case for Bright and we do this quite well.

But while I was discussing it with them, I got to say something really nice about SCORM that I want to share:

“So I’d say if you want a semi-easy path to content syndication, SCORM packages are actually a good solution (I finally got to say something good about SCORM), because it completely encapsulates the course and it can now be dropped into any SCORM compliant container.”

Thank you SCORM!