November 27, 2019
SCORM vs Tin-Can vs AICC
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November 27, 2019
SCORM vs Tin-Can vs AICC
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SCORM vs Tin-Can vs AICC

SCORM:

SCORM stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model which is actually a technical standard for writing e-learning content. It is highly popular and is an industry-standard that allows organizations to use e-learning as a training method. Basically, SCORM will decide how online content and the Learning Management System (LMS) will talk to each other. SCORM uses a JavaScript API (Application Programming Interface) to communicate information between the course content and the LMS.

What can you achieve by using SCORM?

Durability: Content developed using SCORM will survive technological changes without expensive re-coding or re-design.
Accessibility: SCORM courses are portable and run on any standard SCORM compatible LMS.

What could be the advantage of using SCORM?

We have a plethora of advantages when it comes to SCORM. Let us highlight a few here:

  • Easy integration and sharing across platforms that protect investments and significantly lowering the cost of content ownership.
  • “Sequencing” is an added feature introduced in SCORM 2004, which can actually assign a sequence to a learning object which would permit learners to bookmark their progress.
  • Detailed tracking of reports on a learning object is possible.

Any disadvantages with SCORM?

There is a very wrong side to the bright side of SCORM. Let us list down some disadvantages too:

  • There are issues that exist with scripting across browsers
  • Content and LMS must reside on the same server
  • SCORM content uses JavaScript which is not very secure.

AICC:

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