With a tagline of “ask us anything,” we answer hundreds, if not thousands, of eLearning standards questions every year from just starting to learn SCORM to more advanced questions, like creating a lockstep sequence in a SCORM 2004 manifest. (Sometimes, we’re even asked for our expertise on whether something is a soup or sandwich.) This year, we’re bringing the “ask us anything” motto to you live in a quarterly webinar series.

Join Andy Whitaker and Brian Miller as they lead our first “Ask Me Anything” webinar answering your questions about using eLearning standards when it comes to content creation. This lively discussion will start with an introduction to SCORM, xAPI and cmi5 and the importance of standards before diving into questions submitted by attendees. If you have any questions you’ve been curious about, this is the perfect time to ask.

If you’re wondering what you should ask, here are few recent questions we’ve had:

  • How do I start publishing in SCORM?
  • How do I dispatch my content when my customers’ LMSs support different standards
  • How do I host my content on a separate domain from my LMS?

Register now to join Andy and Brian Wednesday, February 16 from 10 AM – 10:45 AM CST as they answer your questions live. Even if you don’t have questions right now, you’ll benefit from learning what questions and troublesome spots your content creator peers are experiencing. Andy and Brian will also answer questions that are asked in the chat during the webinar.

The best part? This webinar is the first in a series of “Ask Me Anything” webinars. Our next webinar will be in the spring and will focus on content distribution and tools for dispatching .

Do you have a pressing standards or content creation question? We’re happy to help any time.

Alicia is our content marketing manager who captivates audiences by providing comic relief to the eLearning standards. She wrote the cmi5 Best Practices Guide and writes about eLearning in presentations, blogs and articles regularly. Every year, she volunteers as a reporter for the Daily Dragon and is often found volunteering at a therapeutic equestrian center.