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Re: SCORM is not a content metadata description

Posted on April 17 2003 by Wilbert Kraan in reponse to SCORM is not a content metadata description

Thanks for the response. With regard to the connection between SCORM and the LOM; the only reason that they are mentioned in the same article is because IEEE LTSC has a working group for the LOM, as well as two working groups that seek to standardise two aspects of the SCORM runtime; the CMI datamodel and API. In other words, I didn't intend to suggest that SCORM is a metadata standard.

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