Posts by Susan Lewis

Tiny change, huge difference

We made a small change in our reporting tool in the past month. You might not have even noticed. But it's probably the biggest, baddest, best change we could have made. Because it fixes the source of many questions and much confusion about the tool…

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Innovation is as innovation does

We wanted to create something new with SCORM Cloud. Something that could take advantage of the changes happening in learning online. Something that could change the way we think about tapping the internet. Something that anticipated the needs of educators and trainers. And we think…

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10K+ WordPress plugins, one SCORM player

First!! More than 10,000 plugins available for WordPress and we’re your first, best and only option for using SCORM. Which we should be. This is kind of our spot, after all. All that to point out that SCORM Cloud is officially in the WordPress plugin…

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Looking for a few good (not-necessarily) men

We write about working here more often than we ever post that we’re hiring. Small company, only so many slots to fill, yada, yada, yada. Seriously, when you have a great place to work, who wants to leave? So now’s your chance. We’re hiring. Developer types.…

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Step away from the LMS, please

When we talk about SCORM Cloud, we usually talk about taking SCORM outside the LMS. Take learning anywhere online. Connect learners to learning. Well, to date, we've still been connecting to LMSs with modules for open source learning management systems like Moodle and Sakai. But…

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Certified SCORM for Moodle

Moodle worked for years to achieve SCORM 1.2 conformance and certification. They achieved this laudable goal in October 2009, more than eight years after the standard's release. A long road and congrats on getting there. Just a few months later, we had Moodle certified for…

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Taking SCORM to Odijoo

We’ve been knee deep in developing enhancements to – heck, creating an almost entirely new – SCORM Cloud, but that doesn’t mean we put other products on hold. In fact, we’ve got big, huge, gargantuan news regarding SCORM Engine, still the player of choice for…

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A conferencing we’ll go …

We believe in being up front. Honesty. Transparency. Frankness. So we’re a bit disappointed that we won’t be joining you guys for some conferences this year. We could, but … well, we’d have to pay to be there. I’m not talking about the registration fee.…

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Embracing anywhere learning

Lots and lots of blog posts everywhere wrapping up 2009 and making predictions for 2010. A key thing I see popping up frequently on lists from e-learning consultants is the idea of learning moving from the highly controlled environment of the LMS to the less…

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