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The Next Generation of SCORM: Innovation for the Global Force

@inproceedings{Poltrack2012TheNG,
  title={The Next Generation of SCORM: Innovation for the Global Force},
  author={Jonathan Poltrack and Nikolaus Hruska and Andy J. Johnson and Jason Haag},
  year={2012}
}
This paper summarizes the current progress and future direction of a research effort on the next generation of the Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). While the SCORM was successful in addressing high-level requirements to solve the challenges within military training systems, it was engineered prior to the widespread use of mobile devices, intelligent tutors, virtual worlds, games, and other new technologies that augment today’s learner beyond formal training scenarios. The DoD… 
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