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ADL Guidelines for Creating Reusable Content with SCORM 2004 Released for Public Comment

September 2, 2008

The ADL Initiative is pleased to announce the ADL Guidelines for Creating Reusable Content with SCORM 2004 is available for public comment. The guide was developed for training development team members, especially instructional designers, who design SCORM-complaint e-learning and register metadata content in the ADL Registry. The guide presents SCORM and the ADL Registry in simple, non-technical terms and contains tips and examples of how to design and structure e-learning content so that it can be reused.

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The ADL Initiative wants to ensure the Guide meets the needs of the target audience. If you have comments about the content of the guide or suggestions for improvement, please send an email to

Include your contact information so an ADL staff member can reach you for clarification. Comments received until October 17, 2008 will be considered for inclusion in Version 1.0 of the Guide. Comments received after that date will be considered for future releases.
Last Revised: 09/02/2008
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