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Scorm, HTML5 and m-learning? Need help?

Until recently the high degree of interactivity, immersive graphics, and fascinating animations of Adobe Flash made it one of the most popular authoring tools for eLearning courses. With fewer smartphones and tablets being able to support Flash, HTML5 and SCORM compliant files are quickly becoming the preferred formats and standards among eLearning professionals.

SCORM compliant files, HTML5 files, and e-learning files are now available for purchase from CAQA for use in your learning management systems. We are in the process of developing these files to satisfy the demands and requirements and we are currently accepting orders for the development of any e-learning/ m-learning training and assessment resources that you require.

What is a SCORM file?

SCORM, which stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model, is a set of technical standards for eLearning software products. SCORM instructs programmers and developers on how to construct their code in such a way that it would “play nicely” with other eLearning applications. It is the de-facto industry standard for interoperability in eLearning environments.

What is an HTML5 file?

The Hypertext Markup Language 5 (HTML5) version is the most recent and most stable version of the Hypertext Markup Language standard. It can be used quite easily and effectively on content management systems (CMS) as an extremely sophisticated system for organising and presenting content on the internet. At its inception, its goal was to develop websites that were compatible with a wide range of devices. As learning approaches transitioned to the digital realm, HTML5 became increasingly useful in producing responsive courses and in quick e-learning production, among other applications.

Because HTML5 is capable of supporting rich media, immersive graphics, interactions, and working well on mobile devices, it is an excellent choice for e-learning application development. It comes pre-loaded with the ability to play music and video, eliminating the need for third-party plugins.

Can you convert HTML5 files to SCORM files?

HTML5 content can be created and exported as a SCORM or non-SCORM file, depending on the platform.

What is m-learning?

Learning with mobile devices, also known as m-learning or mobile learning, is defined as “learning in numerous contexts through social and content exchanges while using personal electronic devices.” M-learners, a type of distance education, take advantage of instructional technology on their mobile devices at their convenience.


If you need any assistance related to SCORM files, HTML5 files, e-learning resources, m-learning content, contact us at info@caqa.com.au.

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