For us, SCORM and Blackboard has always been a ropey combination,
success varies, depending how much data you want back (just final score,
or more of the student's history) which version of the Bb SCORM player
is installed and which version of SCORM and which tool you used to
created it. To be fair to Blackboard SCORM is about as much of a single
standard as TIFF is, i.e. not at all, there are many flavours.
We are holding our breath and crossing our fingers for the much vaunted
new SCORM tool down the line, that Bb keep talking about. If that does
what it says, then we might revise our current opinion - only use Bb and
SCORM as a last resort!
Dr Malcolm Murray
Learning Technologies Team Leader
From: Blackboard/Courseinfo userslist
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ashley Wright
Sent: 04 February 2011 12:38
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Subject: Successful use of SCORM?
Has anyone successfully used or is using SCORM within Blackboard? We
have a School here at Newcastle that is looking at using SCORM with Bb
when me migrate to 9.1. These ideally would be used for both formative
and summative assessments. We are currently testing these objects in our
9.1 test environment. Happy to share ideas/lessons learned with anyone
on this list, off list.
Just discovered this news, which I had obviously missed some time ago:
With best wishes,
Quality In Learning and Teaching (QuILT)
King George VI Building,
Tel (Direct line): +44 (0)191 222 5565