SCORM vs Raw-coded content hosted inside a LMS

Is coded content more reliable than SCORM if it is hosted on a LMS like Blackboard for high volume usage?

I would like to obtain the opinions of other professional in the higher education industry on this topic. To date I have experienced mixed opinions on the reliability of SCORM due to being a front-end technology. The reliability has been questioned mainly on its ability to transfer results back to the LMS if browser problems occur and thus assessments have only been developed in Blackboard.

My opinion is that if you address compatability, interoperability and size of the SCORM content than these problems can be avoided.

What are your thoughts?

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