SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is an elearning standard created in 1999 by the U.S. Department of Defense to standardize and consolidate eLearning into a single learning experience. SCORM, which hasn’t been updated since 2004, is an outdated, inefficient technology with an infrastructure that lacks security when hosted by streaming services.
At QuickHelp, we are progressive in our approach to learning and technology. Our goal is to provide experiences that enhance learning and growth using methods that are effective. We evaluate learning styles continually and make it a priority to update our technology to meet the needs of our customers and the expanding technology that they use.
Our evaluation shows that SCORM’s focus is on hosted content instead of technology that advances learning. We carefully considered the pros and cons for the support of SCORM and decided not to support these files within QuickHelp. We are, however, evaluating our new BrainStorm platform and may accept SCORM files in the future.
If you have additional questions about QuickHelp and SCORM, please contact your organization's Client Success Manager.