SCORM and Lectora

ahwalek
ahwalek Community Member Posts: 38 ♪ Opening Act ♪
I've been making SCORM conformant Lectora for some time now and I was wondering what SCORM uses for terminology compared to Lectora.



I figured it was the following:

A SCO is a single page, which is made up of assets (pictures, text, narration, etc)

A learning object is equivalent to a chapter within Lectora. It contains multiple SCOs (pages) that can be moved around and re-used.

Content Aggrigation is the setup of chapters wthin an assignable unit.



Anyone else have a better understanding of the correlations?



Thanks,

Tony