SCORM Users Guide for Programmers - Knowledge

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SCORM Users Guide for Programmers

Version 10 September 15, 2011

Table of Contents Getting Started with SCORM ..................................................................................................................................................7 Course Structure & Organization ..................................................................................................................................... 10 2. Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 3. Content Packages ................................................................................................................................................................................. 17 LMS Management & Communication .............................................................................................................................. 24 4. Understanding the SCORM API ....................................................................................................................................................... 24 5. CMI Data Model .................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 6. Status and Scoring ............................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Sequencing & Navigation ..................................................................................................................................................... 35 7. Control Modes ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 35 8. Navigation .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 39 9. Sequencing .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 43 10. Tracking across SCOs using Global Objectives ....................................................................................................................... 50 11. Rollups.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 55 12. Exiting SCOs and Courses ............................................................................................................................................................... 59 Resources, Tools, & Development Support ................................................................................................................... 65 13. ADL SCORM Resources Overview ................................................................................................................................................. 65 Cookbook ................................................................................................................................................................................... 70 14. Bookmarking ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 70 15. Prerequisites ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 73 16. Assessments ...........................................................................................................................................................