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Make a simple quiz SCORM complaint

Today I am researching on how to make a simple basic quiz of true and false as well as some multiple choice questions as scorm complaint.

I have been doing on again off again kind of research on SCORM for past 4 years, when ever I do lot a research it just happens that the project that was suppose to come in usually dies out for budget reasons or for offshore pricing competion.

It seems this time around I might have time and promise of the project to really go forward with the research of scorm.

I will be updating this post as I learn more and more and how I accomplish make a simple classis asp quiz and dotnetnuke quiz complaint with the SCORM......

the google search pages I have reviewed and which are interesting to check out:

I found this page about "How to Create a SCORM Compliant Quiz" and it's a basic details but something to start of right away with little or not confusing technical jargan.

another helpful link to check out is this interaction at the forum "Custom LMS, non SCORM.. catpure data to SQL database" this help me understand what Scorm 1.2 and 1.3 difference is and why should go with 1.3.

this is a php based forum interaction "SCORM content packages"

asp dotnet "SCORM API in dotNET"

Sharepoint Learning Kit (SLK)

SCORM 2004 Test Wrapper for SCOs

it seems I am jumping from one search to the other from php, java to asp but it's interesting to find that such a vast variety of research has been done already and their as so many solutions available to use and some or even lot are free.

The new product I found is called Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate.

Adobe Presenter allows the export in Adobe Connect Pro, AICC and SCORM and it seems Adobe Presenter might do the trick with the style and being a integrated solution with MS Office PowerPoint software.

I am research all possiblity but might chose Adobe Presenter but still will post details once I pick a solution to work on.


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