SCOBot is a modular project focused on aiding in the development of custom SCOs, that are created using a variety of technologies, and deployed on an LMS. SCORM is a widely supported standard, enabling you to bundle and share your content. Due to the diverse nature of implementations, this project makes it easier to integrate and log all activity in your content.
Modernization, Transparency, and Test-Driven.
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Many standards (and versions) have been in place since the 90's. Learn more about the landscape, and fundamentals by clicking... More
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and compatible packaging for SCORM 1.2, and SCORM 2004 Editions.
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Mac users, free utility tool if you have a need to re-zip a number of Shareable Content Objects built by a vendor or another development team, and are having issues importing them into a 3rd Party LMS - this can help you accomplish that task.
Custom Development Work
Converting data to new formats? Troubleshooting e-learning standards or Learning Management Systems? Need to deploy or package content, and need a strategy? Contact us today to find out how we can help.
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Prototypes, responsive design, maintenance, automation, conversion, accessibility, animation, and more
SCORM 1.2, 2004, AICC, conversion, tools, packaging,deployment, troubleshooting, consulting, offline demos, and more
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Custom sound effects, background atmospheres, intro, songs, and loops
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An online learning primer
First and foremost, the concept of delivering an assessment, quiz, activity or game in a structured way, means you typically want to provide tracking in some form or another. You want to be able to construct or author this content, deploy it, and see the progress of your students. There is absolutely no shortage of acronyms used to describe learning environments, and the mechanisms that support them. Rather than hit you over the head with all of them, we'll focus on the more popular points in e-learning history below, which will highlight pivotal technology changes just over the last decade.
It is important to remember like all technology, it has to weather years of use. Do standards change as quick as they need to or should? Do advents of new technologies push the limits of standards?
Markets that drive this "space" include formal school systems like Preschool, K-12, Higher Education, Corporate and
Professional Training, Compliance, and Do It Yourself (DIY) approaches. Each having its own specific angles that shape
and often stress the standards.
- AICC Formed
International Association is born
Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee (AICC) Formed by Aircraft manufacturers.
- Meanwhile in movies...
June 22, 1988
- Computer Based Training (CBT)
AICC: PC-platform was established as the primary delivery platform.
- Digital Audio Specification
Disk Operating System (DOS)
AICC: Produced a specification which allowed vendors to use a single audio card.
- Computer Managed Instruction
Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Runtime interoperability specification for Learning Management Systems (LMS) or CMI systems called "CMI001". Designed for CD-ROM and LAN.
- AICC/CMI Runtime updated
Hyptertext transfer Protocol (HACP)
This protocol allowed for content running on one server, the ability to communicate with another.
- Department of Defence
Executive Order 13111
Tasked with developing common specifications and standards for elearning across federal and private sectors.
- SCORM 1.0
Consider this more of a alpha concept, was never widely used.
- SCORM 1.1
Commercial vendors begin to adopt and implement.
- SCORM 1.2
More widely adopted after hammering out issues from early adoption.
- SCORM 2004 aka SCORM 1.3
Building off of SCORM 1.2 and feedback from the community it bolted on Sequence and Navigation and enhanced the Content Managed Instruction Object.
- SCORM 2004 2nd Edition
- SCORM 2004 3rd Edition
Sequence and Navigation updates, and User Interface enhancements to provide consistent functionality.
- SCORM 2004 4th Edition
Enhancements to sequence and navigation.