What Is SCORM?
SCORM files or courseware is an XML file that uses SCORM Tracking Information Model standards to store data. SCORM’s XML file is readable by a variety of eLearning authoring tools, allowing for easy courseware creation and publishing, and can be implemented with open-source learning management systems such as Moodle or proprietary learning management systems such as Cornerstone, AbsorbLMS, Docebo, or any other third-party learning management system that is SCORM compatible.
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