The Shareable Content Object Reference Model(SCORM) defines a specific way of constructing Learning Management Systems and training content so that they work well with other SCORM conformant systems.
SCORM Cloud takes advantage of the cloud to let you deliver courses wherever you need to. Your courses sit in the cloud, just waiting for SCORM Cloud to call them. And because they're out in the cloud rather than stuck in your LMS, SCORM Cloud can call them out to any service where you want to deliver your training.
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The SCORM Python SDK by SCORM interacts with the API to access cloud services. Developers can create applications, by following the guide available at http://scorm.com/scorm-solved/scorm-cloud/develop-a-scorm-cloud-app/
The SCORM Java SDK by SCORM interacts with the API to include cloud services into learning management applications. Guide to develop a scorm cloud app available at http://scorm.com/scorm-solved/scorm-cloud/develop-a-scorm-cloud-app/
The SCORM C# SDK by SCORM integrates cloud services into learning management applications, classified as .NET 2.O. Methods include asynchronous learning, course data, import, invitation, registration, upload, and client tests.