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SCORM Test

Tony Karrer

There have been lots of good comments and discussion on the post Test SCORM Courses with an LMS : eLearning Technology. The basic issue covered in the post was how to test SCORM courses prior to loading on a given LMS (e.g., Docent, SumTotal, Saba, Learn.com, etc.). We talked about the SCORM test suite, SCORM test wrappers, and various test tools such as Trident , Reload player ([link] SCORM Test Track , remote debugging using tools like WebEx, HTTP traffic tracking with tools like Firebug , and some other things. Well worth looking at some of them.

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

eLearning 24-7

They are from other markets, but are entering and purchasing, and yes in some cases assimilating.   Let’s take a brief look at a couple of recent moves: Taleo acquires Learn.com. You can purchase any 3rd party course authoring tool product or use a free course authoring tool product to create your courses and upload them into the Topyx LMS, as long as it is SCORM compliant. Topyx is SCORM 2004, which means that a tool that is SCORM 2004, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2000 will work. Get your tablets here. your tablets. and HTML5. Gartner projects 54.8 Swing!

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

eLearning 24-7

They are from other markets, but are entering and purchasing, and yes in some cases assimilating.   Let’s take a brief look at a couple of recent moves: Taleo acquires Learn.com. You can purchase any 3rd party course authoring tool product or use a free course authoring tool product to create your courses and upload them into the Topyx LMS, as long as it is SCORM compliant. Topyx is SCORM 2004, which means that a tool that is SCORM 2004, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2000 will work. Get your tablets here. your tablets. and HTML5. Gartner projects 54.8 Workday.