Rustici blog Your ticket to upgrade Debut of Content Controller 3.2

Your ticket to upgrade: Debut of Content Controller 3.2

If anyone knows me, they know I love movies. Pre-quarantine, my wife and I would go to the movies every weekend to see something. One of our favorite things about seeing movies is that feeling you get when you may be going through the motions…

Read more
Rustici blog 3 ways to support video training

Think out of the box: 3 ways to support video-based training

Are you exploring ways to add microlearning to your training platform? In our 20.1 Rustici Engine release, we offer three ways for your customers to import videos, with enhanced functionality to help them play and track those videos in your platform.  1. Offer accessible native…

Read more
Rustici blog Looking back at 2020 and thinking ahead

Looking back and thinking ahead: Learnings from 2020

2020 forced us all to rethink how we approach work and life in general. Moving to a remote office set up overnight meant carving out space in our homes to work, teach, parent and live. It wasn’t pretty at times and certainly not what we…

Read more
Rustici blog Content Controller 3.1

New reporting options now available in Content Controller 3.1

We added new reporting features that connect data points across courses, so your organization has total insight into the learner’s story.  With the release of Content Controller 3.1, we give you the power of sight into learner data that can help your organization understand the…

Read more
Rustici blog Content Controller 3.0

Three is a magic number for Content Controller

The latin phrase “omne trium perfectum” means everything that comes in threes is perfect. We won’t go that far when it comes to our third major release of Content Controller. It’s software—nothing is ever perfect. But we are pretty excited about Content Controller 3.0, which…

Read more
Rustici blog authorizing user access without cookies

Authorizing learner access without using third-party cookies

We started delivering SCORM courses to learners around the world with SCORM Cloud about ten years ago. The internet was a different place at that time. We decided then to follow standard practices and use cookies to control access to course content. Advertising companies also…

Read more
Rustici blog LTI development

A developer’s reflection on learning the LTI standard

I’ve been a developer on the Rustici Engine team at Rustici Software for a little over a year now, and in that time I’ve learned all about various learning standards and how our products support them. Recently, I was tasked with implementing support for a…

Read more
Rustici blog Engine 20.1 release

New in Engine 20: LTI support, YouTube connector, and more

There’s a new release of Rustici Engine available now, and we’re calling it 20.1. Long-time Rustici Software partners might ask “Don’t you mean 2020.1?” Nope. With this release, we’ve decided to start using a more typical naming convention for our product versions, and 20 seemed…

Read more