At DrupalCon Prague, we discussed the http://h5p.org/</a">H5P format with falcon, ceng and some others (whose d.o. handles I don't know - sorry). A brief overview can be found http://deeson-online.co.uk/labs/drupalcon-prague-bof-quizzes-and-h5p-el…</a">here. H5P seems like a great alternative to SCORM, and we (the Opigno maintainers) are looking into supporting this format instead of spending time and energy trying to get SCORM right. H5P has a Drupal 6 module available. This could serve as a basis for a Drupal 7 version. There are 2 main areas we need to focus on: Provide a solution to prevent "cheating" when taking a H5P quiz. We briefly discussed implementing a system similar to Drupal's Form Cache. A quiz could prevent a "representation" of the correct results and store it on the server when the quiz is started. When finished, the quiz sends the result to the server, which is compared to the cached representation for scoring. Port the Drupal 6 module to 7 When these 2 are done, we can focus on implementing the H5P format in Opigno.