What is the AICC Standard and How is it Relevant to My eLearning Plan?

Docebo

The AICC is dissolved, but having an LMS that supports AICC is still crucial. In 1988, the Aviation Industry Computer-based Training Committee (AICC) was formed to make sure training material could be developed, delivered and evaluated across the increasing number of computer-based training platforms. Is AICC Still Applicable? In 2014, the AICC decided to dissolve due to the decline in membership numbers. AICC and learning management systems.

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The What, How and Why of xAPI in Corporate Learning

WhatFix

who serves as the Director of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, aptly put it ‘xAPI helps us put the puzzle together’. Now imagine that, apart from the online tutorial on the desktop, Tom is also learning about CRM via an educational game on his phone and a video on the corporate LMS. This blended program included elearning via an LMS on desktop, in-person simulations and real-life demos with a defibrillator training app.

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What is SCORM & Decoding Its Importance For eLearning

ProProfs

Imagine a situation where you are asked to create an elearning program or search for a suitable learning management system (LMS) tool for achieving your training requirements. There are many like you who aren’t aware of SCORM and what it can do for elearning. It is a set of technical standards that were mainly developed for supporting elearning tools. In 1999, the United States Department of Defense thought of standardizing the elearning production.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

From Agile to xAPI and everything in between, there are a lot of eLearning terms to get your head around. Terminology can feel like buzzwords and jargon to the amateur but many are essential knowledge for the eLearning professional. Here at LearnUpon, we’re all about helping businesses better understand eLearning so they can get better results from their training. That’s why we’ve compiled this eLearning glossary. ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning).

Tin Can API, the evolution of SCORM

Paradiso

Originally developed by Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), an initiative of the Unite States Department of Defense, SCORM was designed to standardize and modernize their training courses. It is a set of standards and specifications for developing web-based educational technology, standards developed by the ADL which had always to adhere strictly to SCROM’s requirements, these being “accessible, reusable, inoperable, and durable content and systems”.

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SCORM vs. LTI: what’s the difference?

Rustici Software

Recently, we updated our products Content Controller and Rustici Dispatch to allow them to export content as LTI, which is a valuable feature for those in the academic space (years ago, we added this feature to SCORM Cloud Dispatch , and already Rustici Dispatch and Content Controller allowed you to import SCORM, xAPI, cmi5 or AICC content and export it as SCORM and AICC to other platforms). Governance: LTI is created and maintained by IMS; SCORM by ADL.

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DevLearn Thoughts: Is Game Based Learning Misunderstood?

Bottom-Line Performance

Many games have points, badges, and leaderboards built right in… and a gamified experience can have elements of story and purpose, such as scenarios in an eLearning course with points attached. It’s a new eLearning standard that allows all manner of learning experiences, from the grandiose to the granular, to be tracked and accounted for. Games are too “fun” for a corporate setting. We had a great time at DevLearn 2012 in Las Vegas.

Webinar Q&A: Empowering Continuous Learning with the Experience API (xAPI)

Experience API

Answer: There’s four different Open Source LRSs that I’m aware of: Learning Locker , ADL LRS , lxHive and TinMan. Our eLearning courses include activities and testing that are tracked by Watershed. Answer: The original version of Experience API was developed by Rustici Software as part of a research project commissioned by ADL. Rustici Software, ADL and other members of the community continue to work together on the same single specification document. ADL LRS.

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