Anything keeping me from having to think about compliance all the time is good.
“How does it work?”
Think of a SCORM-compliant LMS as a nice restaurant with a dress code—coat and tie only. Our SCORM Driver dresses your content up to meet the high standards of both SCORM and AICC. As a developer or content author, you can still create learning materials with the subject matter you need, using the technologies you prefer. The Driver quickly outfits that content in the latest SCORM 2004 fashions or any past fashion such as SCORM 1.1, SCORM 1.2, or AICC. It can even be extended to support proprietary standards.
You don’t have to know anything about SCORM or AICC to use the SCORM Driver. We can do the work for you, or you can go through the process yourself. Regardless, the resulting code is easy to read and easy to maintain.
SCORM itself isn’t perfect. Building something that passes the SCORM test suites might be easy (or it might not). Building something that will work in almost every LMS is anything but easy. The SCORM Driver works well with so many LMSs we’ve lost count. Dealing with SCORM, AICC, etc. is a problem you want to solve one time, not every time you deploy a piece of content. Integrate the SCORM Driver, and you’ve done just that.
SCORM Driver also lets you maintain much more control over your content than just using traditional SCORM courses. Learn about SCORM Driver Cross Domain (SDXD) here.
Includes support for the Tin Can API
SCORM Driver now supports next-gen SCORM, including the Tin Can API. As a content creator, this means a few things to you:
- You can use your content to generate Tin Can statements that get stored in a Learning Record Store (this can be general e-learning content, or content that’s already been SCORM-ified.)
- Your content can live outside of an LMS and report Tin Can statements to a Learning Record Store (this opens up a LOT of new possibilities for e-learning!)
- You can now use SCORM Engine to host your SCORM courses, and deliver Tin Can statements to any LRS. Remain in control of your content.
- Support for cmi5, a new launch standard that works with the Tin Can API. Learn more about cmi5 in Driver here.