A question asked on the survey in the ADL User Community Survey from this summer was this: The ADL Learning Technology Lab at the ADL Co-Lab Hub in Alexandria, Virginia maintains installations of SCORM 2004-certified content authoring, management, and delivery systems, including learning management systems (LMSs). ADL makes these systems available to the public for […]
This chart compares two sets of results from the ADL User Community Survey. Respondents were asked what versions of SCORM were supported by their organization’s LMSs, and a separate question was asked detailing what version of SCORM content was most employed by their organizations? Respondents could select more than one answer to the first question […]
With the help of tools like Articulate and Adobe Captivate, non-technical authors are producing more content by volume than the merry few of us who actually know how to work with the SCORM Run-Time Data Model –let alone the elite among that population that figured out how to do Simple Sequencing.
e can trace the string coming back on consecutive data transactions with SCORM content and that’s definitely going on — pipes (|) are being sent the first time. Then, when they’re coming back, they’re URL-encoded. Then it looks like the URL encoding is changing the Ampersand (&) into something else…
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 […]