Ah, the memories…

If you want to see the wonders that Flash 5 Actionscripting brought back in the day (like 2000), check out this little learning game that got me hooked on the idea that Flash and Education combined could be a career. Warning, the controls in the Flash 9 player are not as fluid as they used […]

Director and SCORM

I don’t know how I missed this, but back in May my ol’ pal and programming buddy back in PA — Kraig Mentor published [this article on Director And SCORM](http://www.adobe.com/devnet/director/articles/director_scorm.html). If you’ve downloaded the [Plug-in Technology Example](http://www.adlnet.gov/downloads/DownloadPage.aspx?ID=169), which demonstrates the code and the activity you can employ to create both Flash and Director-based content objects […]

Don Tapscott Keynote at Web 2.0 Expo

Gotta love the distribution of information. Link: sevenload.com Someone uploaded [Don Tapscott](http://www.wikinomics.com/)’s presentation from a Web 2.0 conference in Berlin. It’s not word-for word, but it’s pretty similar to the keynote he gave at Learning 2007. So for those of you that want to hear straight-up and unfiltered what I’ve been blogging about… enjoy. Since […]

Rule the tools…

I was watching South Park on Wednesday night where Stan relieves his anxiety over the pressures to reach a million points in Guitar Hero III with *Heroin Hero* (stay with me — I have a point). In the game, you continue to chase this cute flying dragon reminiscent of DragonTales (get it… “chase the dragon?”) […]

Sequencing giving you the blues? Me, too!

I recognize for many of you, SCORM 2004 Sequencing and Navigation is impossible. My guess is that for most of you, it’s a jumbled problem that combines the complexities in understanding how to create a manifest that correctly interprets the intent of your instructional flow — and the problem of how an LMS actually interprets […]