No. You can use the LMS functionalities to define a course curriculum and associate various e-contents like pdfs, power point slides, mp3 audios, mp4 videos, and html5 files. With the growing popularity of videos in e-learning, the usage of SCORM/xAPI based packaged contents have lost the ground to a large extent.
No, it is a fairly difficult and complex process. But the real problem is not the difficulty part of it, but the inability to quickly change the content based on the continuous feedbacks received from learners and teachers. Many popular and large cloud LMS platforms have decided either to phase out or not to have SCORM/x-API compatibility.
If you have either in-house content development capability or can invest in in-house resources.
If you can identify a content development partner who is reliable, trust-worthy and cost-effective.
If you do not satisfy the other two criteria and want to deploy online learning as early as possible.
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