Captivate 2 bug: FTP breaks SCORM packaging

If you use the current release of Captivate 2 to make elearning intended for an LMS, then do not use the built-in FTP. Likewise, do not use the current Captivate 2 release with FTP and PENS. When the FTP box is checked, Captivate 2 makes invalid SCORM 1.2 and invalid SCORM 2004 packages. Under these […]

Stability and Evolution in Standards for Elearning

Late last year the ADL reached agreements with several other elearning standards organizations, including AICC, IEEE and IMS. The agreements allow the relevant work of those groups to move forward with SCORM as this portion of the ADL effort transitions to a new stewardship organization. This is a significant achievement. It indicates the maturity and […]

Elearning Events Calendar Updates

I added several 2007 events to the Elearning Events Google calendar, including: SALT New Learning Technologies (Jan 31 – Feb 2) ID+SCORM (April 5-6) IMS Learning Impact (April 16-19) Energy Industry CBT Alliance (April 23-25) I have entries clear out until the end of November 2007. However, oddly there are no May events (?yet). If […]

Lies, Lies, Lies… and Learning

Larry Israelite is the editor and one of the authors of Lies About Learning. I came to know Larry through Elliott Masie and the Learning Consortium, and I love his frankness on this subject, starting with the subtitle of the book, Leading Executives Separate Truth from Fiction in a $100 Billion Industry. In the book, […]