Historically, learning and performance have been primarily compliance exercises. As learning experts, we're accustomed to presenting training in a classroom..
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We will describe how we converted legacy SCORM content in order to fix runtime or tracking issues, or to improve the quality of data tracked and reported by the LMS.
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For those who haven't been in the eLearning game since the late 90s, the days before the SCORM standard was released were chaotic days. A new LMS seemed to pop up on a monthly basis, and each one had its own way of creating and launching courses.