Content Package (SCORM)

One type of web-based learning content you can use in your course is called an SCO, or Shareable Content Object, which is gathered together into a compressed, zipped file called a content package, and then can be unpackaged and played through a content player. Although you can design and build content packages yourself, often the individual components or entire packages will be provided to you by schools, private companies, or other sources for you to use in your course.

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February 09, 2015