I was recently introduced to SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference
Model), an international standard for creating e-learning materials.
I know SAP delivered an impressive keynote a couple years back at an AUGI,
but I don't know if that was SCORM-based or not. SAP uses Arbortext tools
to develop a variety of learning materials for various customers,
geographic regions, and languages.
Can anyone tell me if they are using Arbortext tools to produce
SCORM-compliant content? Is there a public DTD for SCORM? If so, how does
it rate compared to Docbook in terms of complexity?
Thanks for any and all input. My Internet search provided some interesting
links. I thought I'd share in case anyone else ends up in the same boat.
SCORM wikipedia entry
SCORM article on CoverPages (hosted by OASIS)
SCORM Authoring/Development tools directory (I see the word DocBook; I
don't see Arbortext)
US Government page on Advanced Distributed Learning (includes more info on