Posts by Tammy Rutherford

Tammy knew what SCORM was several years before joining Rustici Software, and she’s not even a standards dork. She’s the Director of Accounts and Marketing, the general wearer of lots of hats. She’s also an Iron(wo)Man many times over.

Rustici Blog DevLearn 2019

Guess who’s coming to DevLearn?

Even though it’s still 100 degrees outside, all of the fun things about October are finally here. We’re now starting to see which football teams are actually good vs just a one-week fluke, a slew of new Oktoberfest beer selections have just shown up, and…

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Trackable URLs are on the horizon in Rustici Engine

You asked and we listened. Hundreds of learning platforms use Rustici Engine as the embedded content player in their LMS, LXP, HCMS, TMS, gamification platform, HR system or custom training application to handle SCORM, AICC, xAPI and cmi5 content their customers use. But organizations use…

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Managing multilingual courses just got a whole lot easier

If your courses support multiple languages, then you know it can get complicated when it comes to managing all of the different course files—from maintaining them to delivering and distributing them to your clients and end users. A single title in 5 languages can quickly…

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How to perfect your eLearning content distribution strategy

Whether you create and sell eLearning content as your core business or you provide training as part of a larger product offering, you likely spend a good deal of time and energy administering eLearning content. From ensuring each client has the latest version of a…

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Let’s talk extended enterprise at Learning Solutions

I’m supposed to be working on my presentation for Learning Solutions next week, “Extending your Reach: Taking your training content beyond your LMS”. So naturally I decided to write a blog instead to tell you what I’ll be talking about and procrastinate just a little…

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Happy trails to Mike

We had a bittersweet moment at Rustici Software recently. Mike Rustici retired and the gravity of that event is just now settling in. You can read more about what Mike is going to be up to here as he enjoys ‘retirement’. Sending Mike off in…

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Let’s meet up at DevLearn!

Believe it or not, DevLearn will be here before we know it! For the first time in a very long time, you will be able to find Rustici Software at the Expo in a booth of our very own (booth 115). We talk to people…

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Heading to iFest? We’ll be there!

We’re excited to announce that Rustici Software will be heading to iFest August  27-29 in Alexandria, VA to talk about the future of the eLearning ecosystem with ADL as well as government and industry partners. Our CEO, TJ Seabrooks, will be speaking about the DoDI…

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Blurred lines between eLearning Content, Platforms and Customers

Blurred lines between eLearning Content, Platforms and Customers

We recently started a large project to update the content and modernize the user experience across SCORM.com, xapi.com and RusticiSoftware.com. Yep, it’s a pretty big endeavor and you’ll hear more from us about it as we get closer to launching the new sites. So, don’t…

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From BAA to DODI: How we've been involved in xAPI

From BAA to DoDI

Acronym Alert! There will be many referred to in this post. See glossary below for easy reference. Two years ago we answered a BAA from ADL to conduct research for updating the DoDI 1322.26- “Development, Management, and Delivery of Distributed Learning.” Spoiler Alert- ADL accepted…

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We call it… eLearning Content Distribution Solutions

You may have noticed some new terms we’ve been using around here to describe some of the problems our software helps to solve when it comes to distributing eLearning content. Over the years, we have described our solutions as Cross Domain, Dispatch and more recently,…

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