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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 Hendrickson

Hi all,

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


"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."


Still waiting to hear back on this one :)

Will update when I have more information.


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.