Tag Archives: SCORM

LETSI: HR-XML Consortium Seeks Cross-Domain Interoperability

This is a guest post by Jim Farmer. “Learning, education, and HR standards communities have very little to show in terms of cross-domain standards interoperability and convergence despite significant investments over a period of more than a decade.” Chuck Allen, … Continue reading

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On Open Source, Open Standards, and Lock-in

I’ve been meaning to comment on D’Arcy Norman’s frustrations with not being able to export Moodle courses to a common standard. He makes a very important point: Moodle happily ingests those formats, acting to absorb content into what then becomes … Continue reading

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