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Term2.png SCORM
SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. It refers to a set of technical standards that are to be followed while developing e-learning software products. Following these standards while developing an e-learning product will ensure that it is compatible with popular Learning Management Systems such as Moodle. This enables the product to be treated as a digital learning object that can be easily reused to fit other learning contexts.

It is important to keep in mind that SCORM is purely a set of technical standards with no concerns as regards instructional design or pedagogy. [1] [2] See also: Reusable


  1. (15 October 2009), SCORM Explained
  2. William H. Rice IV, “Moodle 1.9 E-Learning Course Development”, Packt Publishing, 2008