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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Kim, Bruce and James!

I'm afraid I didn't get a lot of detail on this. From what I found and what I was told, Storyline is compliant, but was never submitted for certification. 

I guess this means that Storyline meets the requirements, but there's no actual documentation/official acknowledgment of this from the same source that holds/provided the Studio certification. I won't pretend that I totally understand this or the difference, but I will try to get some additional information for all of you.

I'll try to get back with you as soon as I have more information on this. 

Thanks all! :)

Christine

Christine Hendrickson

Hi all,

I was able to get a little more information on this that I wanted to share:

http://scorm.com/scorm-explained/scorm-resources/conformance…


"Both conformant and compliant mean that a product was developed to the SCORM standards and the vendor has most likely passed the self test suites, but this fact has not been verified by an independent testing agency."

@Phil:

Still waiting to hear back on this one :)

Will update when I have more information.

Thanks!

Christine Hendrickson

Alright everyone, I got a little more information that I wanted to share.

The word right now is that we probably won't attempt to get certification for Storyline.

Here are some of the opinions that were shared with me:

  • Currently, only SCORM Version 1.2 and SCORM 2004 3rd Edition are supported through Certification. SCORM 2004 4th Edition Certification isn't available.
  • Rustici is responsible for our SCORM implementation. Being that they're the all-knowing SCORM geniuses, it's safe to say that our implementation is the best around.
  • Tin Can API is the future.

I hope this information helps :)

If I see anything else, I'll try to update this thread.

Thanks!