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January 26, 2011


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Rob Wilson

Why am I not surprised !!!

Having spent the last 2.5 years engaged in the ASPECT project : assessing the benefit of content packaging : i.e common cartridge and SCORM : it seems that old divisions between IMS and ADL resurface readily and the real value points on "single sourcing" are ignored dismissed

Philip Hutchison

Tim Martin of Rustici Software (aka scorm.com) posted a great blog about the tone of Rob's post. Rob Abel responded, and Rob, Tim, Charles Severence and a few others have had a nice discussion in that post's comments, I highly suggest reading it. (And for the record, I completely agree with Tim)


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