One of the great parts of the SCORM specification is that its extensibility allows vendors to add additional functionality without breaking the standard or requiring other vendors to use a proprietary technology. Rustici Software has extended the SCORM meta-data specification to allow content vendors added control over how the SCORM Engine will deliver their content. These added parameters determine such things as the default window size, which navigational controls are available and how the player should behave when a SCO exits.
This document describes all of the extensions (or SCORM Package Properties) that you can use as a SCORM Engine user. It will also advise you of each elements values and which value is the default.
Please feel free to email us at email@example.com if you have any questions about how they are used.