Learn@UW - What is a SCORM Learning Object

SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a technical standard that defines how learning management systems (like D2L) will interact with small exercises (called "learning objects").

A SCORM exercise can be used to create content that both displays information to students, and if desired assesses them with a grade (based on completing a quiz, or having simply viewed the content). SCORM also provides enhanced reporting of student progress within an exercise.

While SCORM-compliant learning objects (or SCO's) can be created by coding from scratch, it is common to use one of the following tools:

While one must purchase any of the above software, they can also be evaluated on a limited basis or used at some of the campus labs.

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Owner:Josh H.Group:Learn@UW Madison
Created:2013-10-04 13:30 CDTUpdated:2016-03-31 14:51 CDT
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