Here is the weekly sampling from my del.icio.us favorites list. This time I chose the tag "SCORM". Here's what I found I have:
The Academic ADL C-Lab offers two courses to help people learn the basics of the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). There are two courses available: SCORM School 101, which is a free self-paced course and our online instructor-led SCORM School 201.
Conform to SCORM:
This is a webpage for purchasing the Instructional Designer's Pocket Guide to SCORM. From the description: "It provides a layman's description of the SCORM 2004 specification and relates it to common terms and practices in modern instructional design. This book explains the evolution of SCORM and ADL, the concept of metadata and reuse, and the new Simple Sequencing specification. This book, written by Brian Caudill and Dr. David Banks, is eighty (80) pages of content, scenarios, and demonstration courses that will give you all the information you need to develop, as well as procure, SCORM courseware."
eLearning Technology: Test SCORM Courses with an LMS
A blog post by Tony Karrer that addresses, among other things, how to test SCORM compliance of a draft course.