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Re: Full SCORM conformance?

Posted on April 29 2003 by Scott Wilson in reponse to What about FULL SCORM conformance?

The lack of formal conformance-testing organisations providing a meaningful certification means that anyone can claim "conformance" for a product or resource based on their interpretation of the specifications. For this very reason, when CETIS reports product announcements we do not endorse vendor's claims for conformance/compliance.

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