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This Metadata FAQ has been developed collaboratively during 2004 by participants from the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, the IMS Global Learning Consortium, the IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee and other organisations including CanCore?, ADL, JES and Co and CETIS. This FAQ provides guidelines and information and has no official status within any of these organisations. The intention is to continue this work and encourage participation from the wider community with the assistance of a Wiki hosted by CETIS.

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Is Scorm a Scam -- Fri, 11 Feb 2005 23:36:49 +0000 reply
seriously, I want to know.

Is Scorm a Scam -- Mon, 07 Mar 2005 13:26:27 +0000 reply
No, SCORM will be futher developed and used based upon the simple fact that it is based on LOM, that and the DoD? is behind it $$$. Perhaps a better question is: Is LOM likely to be limited (in number of elements?) and what will be the long and short term effects of this application profiling?

Is Scorm a Scam -- Fri, 11 Mar 2005 14:05:20 +0000 reply
Who else is creating Application Profiles (APs?) of LOM? I know of CanCore?, DublinCore?, Curriculum Online... Anyone know of more along with links?

Is Scorm a Scam -- Sun, 13 Mar 2005 02:26:45 +0000 reply
Medbiquitous is creating HealthCare? LOM; which formally is an application profile of SCORM (medbiiq.org). The ADL Registry (ADL's instance of CORDRA) is also profiling LOM.

Is Scorm a Scam -- Sun, 13 Mar 2005 02:32:01 +0000 reply
What do you mean by a "scam"? SCORM has been implemented in almost 50 certified products. Its uses is mandated by governmental agencies in different countries. It has been shown to have real, significant benefits (technical and financial) is different commercial organizations. In short, its been widely adopted and used.