“How can I get SCORM for my authoring tool and player?”

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 have…

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cmi5 is live in SCORM Cloud

Today we’re excited to announce support for a new specification in SCORM Cloud- cmi5, which is something that doesn’t happen all that often in its history. Along with making cmi5 support readily available in SCORM Cloud, we’ve also added support for cmi5 to some of…

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Browsers

I'm gonna take a quick break from the SCORM Cloud beta tour to lay out a decision we've just made. In creating the SCORM Cloud user interface, we confronted something every web developer has been dealing with forever... Which browsers are we going to support?…

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Arrival

To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labor. --Robert Louis Stevenson OK, fine, he's right and all. Creating the new version of a product is fun and all. But shipping it, polishing it, finishing it, that's…

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Foray into SSP

There are a few specifications on the periphery of SCORM that add value above and beyond what SCORM has to offer. Two of them, both from IMS, Sharable State Persistence (IMS SSP) and Question and Test Interoperability (IMS QTI) seem to be gaining some traction.…

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LINGOs

It's nice to know that there are good people out there constantly trying to help others. Organizations like Save the Children, Habitat for Humanity and Catholic Relief Services are filled with great people striving to make a difference. While it may pale in comparison to…

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