Rustici blog Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch IMS certified

Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch are now IMS certified

Rustici Engine and Rustici Dispatch have officially passed the IMS Global certification testing for Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI). This major milestone for our products was achieved earlier this year in the 20.1 release. What does LTI certification mean for Rustici Engine? Conformance to standards and…

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Rustici blog virtual iFEST 2020

iFEST has gone virtual and we’ll be ‘there’

Typically when August rolls around we’re gearing up for our annual trip to iFEST in Alexandria, VA. Hosted by ADL and NTSA, iFEST is a great conference that brings together people from the military, government, academic and industry sectors to discuss ways to evolve the…

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Rustici blog farewell eLearning Atlas

Farewell to the eLearning Atlas

We have made the difficult decision to retire the eLearning Atlas. This is a bittersweet moment. It was one of the first projects that Chris and I worked on when we joined Rustici Software back in 2011. It was an ambitious set of work; create…

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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…

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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…

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Rustici blog adapting to disruption

Adapting to disruption: The increased relevance of eLearning

Like so many others, I’ve been spending my Friday afternoons engaged in “Video Happy Hours” with colleagues, friends, and even family. Each time, there’s a common theme among the virtual crowd of our imagined revelry. The questions all come out differently, but we’re all asking…

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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…

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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…

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