How to use Content Controller to deliver your web content to an LMS
If your content exists on the internet and relies on a database or server-side code to run properly in a browser, you can use RXD within Content Controller to make it accessible to learners through an LMS.
At Rustici Software, we know how important it can be for learners to access your web-based training. It’s nice for learners to have all their resources in one place, which makes delivering your non-standards-based content a real challenge. Fear not, we are problem solvers, and we have a solution for that. We built Rustici Cross Domain (RXD) for learners to access non-standard content through any LMS that supports eLearning standards. Better yet, RXD is built-in to Content Controller and comes free with every Content Controller license.
What do we mean by delivering non-standards-based content? Usually, we are talking about your own web experiences which could include:
Custom, web-based activities not well suited to eLearning standards
If your content exists on the internet and relies on a database or server-side code to run properly in a browser, you can use RXD to make it accessible to learners through an LMS.
How does RXD in Content Controller work?
Generate the standards-based proxy files via Content Controller’s UI.
Use Content Controller’s Content API to make proprietary training experiences accessible to learners directly from an LMS.
Authenticate learners, track progress and manage licenses for your web experience through Content Controller’s built-in functionality.
The benefits of RXD in Content Controller
Successfully deliver non-standards-based content to clients and learners through any standards-based LMS.
Save time and developer resources by using Content Controller features to handle authentication, tracking and license management.
Easily share standards-based tracking data with LMSs.
Give customers and learners access to content without having to worry about standard compatibility issues.
Give customers options: they can get value directly from your platform or from access to your content through an LMS.