SCORM 2004 vs. 1.2
SummaryeLearning Courses Require Output in SCORM 2004 vs. 1.2 due to course size/bookmarking - any issues with this?
The summary says it all. Does anyone currently use and/or know of any issues w/ SCORM 2004 content vs. SCORM 1.2?
I have some larger courses that were just converted from Flash and the vendor is telling me SCORM 2004 is required to support bookmarking. I wanted to check that this different SCORM version will not cause issues in the system before giving the go-head.
Also, if you do use 2004, please let me know if there are any special settings to consider when uploading content. In my testing, it seems the same as 1.2, but I'm not confident.