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What about FULL SCORM conformance?

Posted on September 20 2005 by Dr Newman in reponse to THINQ and Macromedia integrate products using AICC, SCORM

I find it frustrating to see these authoring packages claiming to be fully conformant - am I right in thinking that actually they are only conformant to the run-time specifications? Dreamweaver seems to provide an imsmanifest.xml file, but no one seems to provide courses that are fully xml-tagged (ie all assets, SCOs and content packages are described). How do these providers get away with being marketed - including by CETIS - as fully conformant?

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