SCORM media tracks the user. At the end of a session the status, bookmarks and score are sent to a grade book, right?
Well, that is true, when the SCORM content is locked up in a learning management system. But what if we break away from the learning management system? Then we are free to send the session outcomes to anywhere we want. How about a Twitter status update?
Result? Existing SCORM media assets are leveraged to participate in contemporary social media.
Pearson SCORM Services provide opportunities for catalogues of SCORM based learning materials to be freed from restrictions and used within both formal and informal learning environments.
What is SCORM?
SCORM is a set of technical specifications that define the packaging, tracking, scoring and sequencing of educational and training content.
SCORM media is typically restricted to use within a learning management system, but this demonstration shows that we can break that restriction.
In place of a learning management system, the SCORM media is made available on this web page.
In place of a learning management system grade book, the outcomes of the SCORM session are instead used to update the user's activity stream on a social network.