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SCORM vs. LTI: what’s the difference?

If you’ve been familiar with Rustici Software for a long time, you’ll know we’ve helped people for a long time with SCORM and xAPI. Recently, we updated our products Content Controller and Rustici Dispatch to allow them to export content as LTI, which is a…

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Reminiscing over 2018 as we step into 2019

I was reminiscing over the year (it’s been a big year) and I began looking at old Christmas letters for inspiration on how to best distill down a very busy year at Rustici Software. The best Christmas letters have a way of highlighting important moments…

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jenafits travel blog

Where we’ve traveled with Jenafits

At Rustici Software, we try to set up an environment where our people can do great work. However, we also want to create opportunities for our people to do extraordinary things outside of work. This is why our Jenafits program includes options for hotel and…

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ask andy blog post interim lms

“I need an interim LMS. What can I use?”

This blog post is part of our “Ask Andy” series in which we publish Andy’s plain-spoken, straight shooting answers to common or uniquely interesting (eLearning) questions. If you have a question, you can always fill out this form and ask Andy too. Hey Andy, We…

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rustici blog scorm to lti lms

Helping you deliver SCORM content to LTI compliant LMSs

At Rustici Software, our goal is to offload eLearning standards support so that you can focus on your most important work, whether it’s creating great tools or great content. With this in mind, we’ve now expanded our LTI support so that Rustici Dispatch and Content…

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rustici blog engine and dispatch 2018.1

Rustici Engine 2018.1 and Rustici Dispatch 2018.1 are available!

The latest versions of both Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch are now available! The new features make it simpler to get started with our products and manage your ongoing implementation. Rustici Engine 2018.1 includes updates to xAPI interactions that make it even easier to support…

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Welcoming Watershed to LTG family

Welcoming Watershed to LTG and back to business as usual

If you have been following us for a while, you might remember back in 2016 when Rustici Software became part of LTG, and at the same time Watershed spun off to become its own company. Well, our friends at Watershed just shared a big announcement.…

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Ask Andy SCORM player & SaaS Platform

“Can I add a SCORM player to my SaaS platform?”

This blog post is part of our "Ask Andy" series in which we publish Andy's plain-spoken, straight shooting answers to common or uniquely interesting (eLearning) questions. If you have a question, you can always fill out this form and ask Andy too. Hey Andy, My company…

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Humentum blog post

Still helping Humentum help others twelve years later

Delivering training together since 2006 Back in 2006 we encountered LINGOs. Mike Rustici, our founder and now CEO at Watershed, wrote about the nascent relationship back then, describing how they were using SCORM Driver. Today, LINGOs is now Humentum, part of a merger of InsideNGO,…

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Here we grow again blog post

Here we grow again! We’re looking to hire…

It’s my favorite time of the year in Nashville! No, not Hallo-Thanks-Mas… but hiring season! Although, let’s be honest, I’m not the type of girl to turn down candy, mashed potatoes or presents. But I digress… Why I love hiring season Hiring season means I…

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Content Controller user model in v2.1

Making room for new users in Content Controller v2.1

We’ve been working on Content Controller for three years now, and in that time our focus has been on core functionality, usability, and adding and improving features based on feedback from our customers. We’re proud of the resulting application, and proud that it has delivered…

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content-controller-v21-lti-lmss

Distribute courses to LTI LMSs with Content Controller v2.1

Here at Rustici Software, we work with a lot of different standards. The initial release of Content Controller in early 2016 allowed users to import SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, AICC, and xAPI-based “Tin Can” packages, as well as custom content using our Rustici Cross Domain…

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