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 […]
In July 2010, ADL ran a survey of the User Community. By no means is it all-encompassing nor does it represent a random sampling. 147 people, mostly representing individual organizations, responded to the calls for participation in the survey through Twitter, LinkedIn and the ADL website over the course of almost four weeks. Throughout the […]
Currently ADL is in the process of improving its support of SCORM 1.2 and 2004. If you have five minutes, would you please help guide us in supporting you by filling out this survey?
This is just a small handful of what can be measured in community activity if we were interested in measuring it. What else would you add? What would you take away?