We’re pretty excited about what we’ve done with SCORM Cloud. We have big visions for what it can do and where it might take the industry. We’re happy to see some others starting to realize its potential as well.

From Nick Martin, President of TechChange on Twitter:

@ncmart Mark our words. This is a gamechanger for elearning: http://www.scorm.com/scorm-solved/scorm-cloud/

From Craig Weiss on “E-Learning 24/7” (@diegoinstudio):

Product of the Year: SCORM Cloud – What’s not to love?…I said it when it came out and I will repeat it again. Game Changer!

From e.learning age’s E-learning Awards (@elearningage):

Shortlist: Most innovative new product or tool in e-learning

It’s exciting to see other people starting to “get it”. What happens when you can take learning to where people “live”?

Ever year Tim and I get away from the office for a bit and think about what we’d like to accomplish in the coming year. Last year we set a goal for the number of paid subscribers to SCORM Cloud that would show to us that it is becoming a successful product. In 2010, we easily exceeded that goal and established a lot of positive momentum.

What should we focus on in 2011 to let SCORM Cloud keep changing the game?

  • Do you want to see more off the shelf app integrations? Perhaps Facebook, SalesForce.com, Drupal or Sharepoint?
  • Should we add more tools that allow for the easy creation for SCORM content? For instance, a tool to convert videos to a trackable format, or a simple assessment builder?
  • Should we make it even easier for others to develop apps? Implement different pricing models?Something else? What are we missing? What is important to you?

Mike is the CEO of Watershed, though he is the Founder and was President of Rustici Software until 2016. He helped guide the first draft of the Tin Can API (xAPI) and believes ice cream is the "elixir of life."