Day 4. Getting to grips with SCORM API

LearnUpon

Subscribe to our blog to get the latest on SCORM delivered to your inbox. On day three , we learned that the packaging aspect, or Content Aggregation Model (CAM), defines how an authoring tool or eLearning developer should package their course into a zip file. But given the scrutiny both technologies are under, and their love/hate relationship with firewalls , JavaScript APIs represent a sensible approach.

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Day 4. How SCORM tracks course content

LearnUpon

Subscribe to our blog to get the latest on SCORM delivered to your inbox. On day three , we learned that the packaging aspect, or Content Aggregation Model (CAM), defines how an authoring tool or eLearning developer should package their course into a zip file. But given the scrutiny both technologies are under, and their love/hate relationship with firewalls , JavaScript APIs represent a sensible approach.

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