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Thanks, Dave

I wanted to take a moment to thank Dave Evans at AccessPlanIT publicly. They've been using the SCORM Engine for content delivery in their Accessplan LMS since November 2008. This, alone, is worthy of thanks. Today, though, I wanted to thank Dave for something else...…

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LMS Pricing

I love when I come upon some independent research that informs me of something I didn't know. Truth be told, I base a lot of my assumptions about LMS cost on the original price offered by my first eLearning employer. (List price at PureSafety back…

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SCORM Untethered Demo Video

SCORM Untethered is our disconnected player. We've built it as a set of components, and frankly, we're not publicizing it a lot these days. It solves certain problems very well, but it has its limitations as well. (It only supports Windows clients and .NET server…

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Tell us how we can help with the SCORM Cloud

We're still toiling away on the public release of the SCORM Cloud. A few folks have asked for application_id's (the token that allows you to interact with the SCORM Cloud,) and we've actually shared them. We're still very much in the alpha stage... although TestTrack…

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SCORM Engine 4th Edition Plans

A few SCORM Engine customers have asked recently what our plans are for SCORM 2004 4th Edition and how it relates to our release schedule. Must of the SCORM 2004 4th Edition stuff is already complete here in house. We've been working with the early…

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My Blender

[No, this isn't an accident. I'm intentionally posting about my blender on the work blog.] My wife, Jenn, was making strawberry ice cream today. You see, strawberries are finally in season here in Tennessee, and that means that I seemingly can't get out from under…

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Open Source Software, and Why the SCORM Engine Isn’t

I've spent the last couple weeks researching, and parts of the last several months pondering, whether it would make sense for us to open up our licensing. Obviously this is a fundamentally important decision for a small company like ours. When I get into fundamentally…

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More Moodle Screenshots

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, we're using "between implementation" time (Brian's) to do some more work toward an elegant, pre-packaged integration between the SCORM Engine and Moodle. While Moodle is moving toward SCORM 1.2 certification, progress toward SCORM 2004 in Moodle is very…

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Our First Screencast

With the release of v2008.1 of the SCORM Engine, we've been making a push to improve our documentation and give our clients more resources to help themselves. Part of that push will involve screencasts demonstrating some common tasks. I published our first one this afternoon.…

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SCORM Engine v2008.1 Available

It has been about a year and a half since we last published an update to the SCORM Engine. We're proud to announce that version 2008.1 is now available to our clients. 2008.1 contains a number of improvements, most of which are under the hood.…

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SCORM Engine in Saba

Earlier this year, Rustici Software and Saba embarked on a joint project to integrate the SCORM Engine with the Saba Learning Suite. This project showed the US Army that it is be possible to integrate our SCORM Untethered offline player into the Army's ALMS (which…

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