Multiple SCO usage in the real world. Is it worth it?
Apr 20, 2015
I've been engaged in a discussion lately about the pros and cons of delivering courses in a multiple SCO (Sharable Content Object) environment. This methodology is listed as part of the SCORM best practices. We often maintain multiple versions of the same course, each with minor customizations to one or two lessons. While I can see the advantage of having each "lesson" or SCO being separated from the built-in course menu in Storyline, I can help but think there might be other issues that will arise.
Besides reusability of content, are there any other benefits that would make this worthwhile?
Has anyone implemented multi-SCO and if so what were your experiences?
Is this just something that sounds good on paper but when you get right down to it the process is rife with technical challenges?
Thanks for your input.