Thursday, August 07, 2008

SCORM 2004 or Let's See?

With the 4th version of SCORM 2004 due out later in the year just under 5 years after it was orginally released there seems to be less than a stanpede to adopt it as the defacto tracking mechanism.

Many large corporates still use AICC and SCORM 1.2 as their default?

With the benefits of navigation and sequencing through better support for branching, pre-test based learning paths, problem solving, optional learning paths, for example... is courseware and the complexity of tracking not important? Or are most courses still using very simple design models?

If you've moved on to 2004 as a relatively early adopter - what happened? And how is it making a difference? Or if you're laggardly following the majority... what's holding you back?

Or, are you waiting to see what LETSI start to deliver as they plan SCORM 2.0?

It's time to share your thinking....

Afterall - It's SCORM 2004 or lets see (if you can forgive the pun).


Remember you only have until 15th August 2008 to make your LETSI whitepaper submission.

1 comment:

kinchew said...

I think it will take some time before LETSI come out with some concrete plans for SCORM 2.0 and it will not be within 1 year, I guess. With so many items in the wish list, I think we will be lucky to see something concrete soon. So, I think we will probably have no choice and stick to SCORM 2004 4th Edition once it comes out in December 2008. The other option is to go back to SCORM 1.2 or resort to using any proprietary systems.