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The rest of the story behind SCORM article...

Posted on August 05 2002 by Mark Oehlert in reponse to Experts question SCORM's pedagogic value

To All: Since this article was submitted - the reporter has been fired, the print version of Online Magazine has ceased publication, the editor on the magazine has allowed Thor Anderson on IMS, who is quoted at length in the article, to not only publish a 'letter to the editor' describing the various and many inaccuracies in the article but has also allowed Mr. Anderson to actually go back into the article and change the quotes that were attributed to him to something more closely resembling what he actually said during the interviews.

If anybody would like further information, please feel free to contact me.

V/R
Mark Oehlert
Deputy Director for Communications, ADL Co-Lab
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