Saturday, June 12, 2010

Looking for THE SCORM Resource?

Yesterday I attended a SCORM webinar provided by Advance Distributed Learning (ADL). If you do not know the ADL, they are a part of the U.S. Department of Defense and are the producers of SCORM. At the conclusion of the webinar they gave a tour of some of the available resources on their site. These include SCORM documentation, past webinar slides, and content examples, including the files from a Flash example. which you will find listed as "Plug-In Technologies Content Example." They also provide a test suite. FYI: All of the above are free to download.

If you are working with SCORM on any level, ADLnet.gov is a great "go-to" resource. For additional SCORM resources, I have collected more at http://delicious.com/MinuteBio/scorm

Do you have any great SCORM resources? Please share in the comments section, thanks.

5 comments:

  1. I try to collect good SCORM videos I find into my YouTube SCORM playlist. Right now, it's kind of heavy on our own videos, so would love suggestions for new stuff to add if anyone has them. - http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=3B2CB7FA7FD426A7

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  2. Susan,

    Thanks for the link to the videos. If I find any othe SCORM videos, I will be sure to send them your way. Hopefully some readers will have some too.

    Thanks again,

    Jeff

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  3. hello, do you know of any s/w that takes jingpro/youtube videos and converts them to SCORM videos?
    I want to post my videos and they require this format.
    thanks,
    S.Roth

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  4. My approach would be to either import the video, or embed the YouTube video, into an e-learning authoring tool and publish it as SCORM.

    You could also embed the video in Adobe Dreamweaver and use Manifest Maker to make it SCORM compliant. FYI: If you have Dreamweaver you can get Manifest Maker as an extension through Adobe.

    Using these approaches will create the files needed, including a SCORM manifest that send the appropriate data to an LMS from the pages containing the video.

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  5. Susan,
    Here is a video that was brought to my attention today, "SCORM Demystified," - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzxNwWvmwf4

    Jeff

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