Rustici Blog ICICLE 2019

ICICLE 2019: Defining the future of learning engineering

This week I’ve been participating in the 2019 IEEE IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (ICICLE) Conference at George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. The event is a gathering of professionals from industry, academia, and government backgrounds investigating “Learning Engineering” as a profession, skill, and practice.…

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Rustici Blog Going to ATD 2019

Going to ATD? Come see us at booth 805

The ATD International Conference is just around the corner. We’re counting down the days until the show for two reasons. The first? We’re exhibiting! For the first time ever, you will be able to find Rustici Software at the Expo in a booth of our…

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Rustici blog Training Industry authoring tool customers

Cheers to our Training Industry authoring tool customers

The fourth and final list of our blog post series includes our customers featured on Training Industry’s best of list. While most of the companies we’ve highlighted in this blog series so far are LMS customers, we believe that our authoring tool customers deserve some…

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Building an eLearning ecosystem at LSCON

Well, it’s official. I attended my first ever eLearning conference last week, Learning Solutions, aka #LSCON. Learning Solutions gives instructional designers, training managers, LMS administrators, eLearning developers and other L&D professionals a look inside industry trends, an opportunity to connect with peers and of course,…

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Rustici Blog Fosway 9-Grid clients

Applauding our Fosway Group 9-Grid clients

In this third part of our blog post series, we intend to celebrate our customers featured on the Fosway 9-Grid. Fosway Group is a leading European HR Analyst focused on Next Gen HR, Talent and Learning tech. Each year they publish their 9-Grid analysis highlighting…

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Rustici blog extended enterprise at Learning Solutions

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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Rustici Blog Proud of our Talented Learning Award customers

Proud of our Talented Learning Award customers

Part two of our blog series continues with the John Leh's Talented Learning Awards as we celebrate our clients' recent wins. John Leh is CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, LLC. Named one of the Top 20 Global eLearning Movers and Shakers of 2018…

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Rustici Software Blog Congrats to our Top Learning System customers

Congrats to our Top Learning Systems customers

It’s finally arrived… my favorite time of year, next to my birthday, my kids’ birthdays, my wife’s birthday, the Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas! It’s that time of year when “Best of” lists start popping up around the web, and just like last…

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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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Responding to recent news regarding ADL's funding

Responding to recent ADL funding news

I’ve spent a lot of time over the last couple of weeks learning about some things that are happening with ADL (the governing body for SCORM and closest thing we currently have to a single steward for xAPI right now). My first tl;dr Some funding…

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