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We have an authoring tool which is .Net and are looking to add a wrapper around it to ensure the eLearning content we deliver is SCORM compliant, so that we can export it and deliver it to any LMS which supports SCORM. We also want to run a SCORM compliant eLearning session in our application using a SCORM player. What’s the best way to do these things?
Hey SCORM seeker,
Thank you for reaching out! We have solutions that help with both of your goals.
Our Rustici Driver solution is integrated with many authoring tools (Captivate, Articulate, DominKnow, etc.), and will help your tool export eLearning content as SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 (2nd, 3rd, or 4th editions), AICC, xAPI and cmi5 packages.
Our Rustici (SCORM) Engine and SCORM Cloud solutions are integrated with 500+ applications around the world, and will help your application to play and track any SCORM, AICC, xAPI or cmi5 packaged content. The cost of Engine depends on the how it is hosted (either client-hosted or managed hosted). The cost of SCORM Cloud depends on how many packages are launched each month. SCORM Cloud has a free trial, so you can start experimenting; sign up here.