Some other good SCORM news is that Rustici Software is working on a testing tool that will help clarify/visualize Simple Sequencing and Navigation Rules and the resulting activity tree. Beta testing should begin soon, so look for an announcement or contact them if you are interested. Last month, I bashed a few LMS vendors about […]
I just got back from last week’s SCORM 2004 Technical Work Group meetings, and it seems like there will be some great clarifications in SCORM 2004 3rd Edition, particularly for Simple Sequencing and Navigation. That is the good news. The bad news is that it Simple Sequencing isn’t all that simple and can be quite […]
From PortableApps.com | Your Digital Life, Anywhere™:"Portable Firefox 184.108.40.206 Released"Submitted by John T. Haller on April 28, 2006 – 12:38pm. Portable Firefox 220.127.116.11 has been released. Portable Firefox is the popular Mozilla Firefox web browser packaged with a PortableApps Launcher as a portable app, so you can take your bookmarks, extensions and saved passwords with […]
I noticed that only 1of leading LMS vendor has their current product certified by AICC. Only one major LMS has a current SCORM 2004 Certification. Read on to find out who IS certified. Curious who isn’t certified right now for either standard? As of this writing I don’t see Oracle, Saba, SAP, or SumTotal when […]
I had a great time at the Questionmark User Conference last week in San Francisco. Thanks again to all the Questionmarkers who made it such a wonderful experience. My presentation was on Monday, with Robby Robson from IEEE LTSC and Eduworks, and Chuck Allen from the HR-XML Consortium. You can download a copy of the […]
I just checked the Macromedia area of Rapid Intake website and saw that CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver 8 is now available for download. As a reader observed in my earlier post about the CourseBuilder beta, this release makes CourseBuilder compatible with Dreamweaver 8, but does not offer new functionality (yet?).
I don’t know quite what to call them, but they are growing in popularity. They are web-based applications that create "LMS-ready" elearning, supporting SCORM and/or AICC standards. A year or two ago, this seemed to be more of an in-house tactic with 1-2 commercial products along these lines. Now it seems like there are half […]