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SCORM Acceptance Criteria

Purpose

The purpose of the Army Acceptance Criteria for Courseware is to specify quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) procedures that Contractors/Proponent Developers (hereafter referred to as developer) shall use to verify that courseware is SCORM conformat, meets functional testing (playability) requirements, and properly executes the proponent's instructional strategy prior to submission to the Government for technical acceptance testing.

These criteria apply to courseware delivered to the Government under the Combined Arms Products for Distributed Learning contract in support of The Army Distributed Learning Program (TADLP).

These criteria also apply to “in-house” Government developed TADLP courseware.

Army Acceptance Criteria for Courseware

PDF iconCAPDL Acceptance Criteria for SCORM 2004 3rd Edition (2.4 MB)

Release Date: December 2012

Criticality Matrix

The Criticality Matrix contains examples of courseware functionality errors and their corresponding critical ratings, 1 through 5, with 1 being the most critical rating and 5 being the least critical rating.

The matrix is a “living” document, subject to necessary updates.

PDF iconDownload the Criticality Matrix

Release Date: July 2013
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