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SCORM- Compliant Web Pages Conversion?

Posted on 2004-10-25
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Hi all,

SCORM is a standard for e-learning Contents. How can i convert my Html or ASP pages as SCORM compliant. I've used The APIs. Still Having problem. Expecting a right Answer from a right person.



Jeyanthi......
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by:Michael_O
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I have assigned 500 Point to find an answer to this question and get faild. I hope you find one!
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by:Jeyanthi
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Hi Michael,
I am trying to find the correct answer. If possible i can give the solution


Jeyanthi..
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by:Michael_O
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I'm waiting as well! hope you find it!
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by:Michel Plungjan
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Seems html pages do not need to be ;)
http://www.rhassociates.com/scorm.htm

Anyway....
http://www.google.com/search?q=scorm

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