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Difference between SCORM and AICC; benefits

Wizcabin

Admittedly, there are several authoring tools out there that one can use to design and develop e-learning courses. Most of these tools can be used to create and publish courses that are SCORM or AICC compliant.

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Choosing Mobile Learning Solutions Using Standards

JCA Solutions

There is the story about a woman who signed up for an online dating service and got paired with a software developer. However, most authoring software now has the ability to develop content that will adjust according to screen size. And more recent LMS’s have the ability to deliver responsive content; that is, content that adjusts to the learner’s system for display. It would have to be installed on the mobile device but would allow for offline work.

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Tin Can API & the Future of E-Learning

Learnnovators

” ~ Rustici Software. Here is a quick re-cap on this learning standard, before we take a closer look at some of the use cases: Experience API is a new (and evolving) e-learning specification that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of learning experiences a person goes through (both online and offline). However, ‘Experience API’ is ADL’s official name for this standard. Occurring even while learners are offline.

TIN CAN API & THE FUTURE OF E-LEARNING

Learnnovators

“One small step for e-learning technology, One giant leap for the e-learning industry.” ~ Rustici Software INTRODUCTION. Here is a quick re-cap on this learning standard, before we take a closer look at some of the use cases: Experience API is a new (and evolving) e-learning specification that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of learning experiences a person goes through (both online and offline). Occurring even while learners are offline.

Tin Can API: What It Has in Store for Online Learning Environments

ProProfs

In a traditional classroom-based teaching and learning environment, the only time you get to assess the knowledge of each learner is at the end of tests and examinations. This method is not conducive to the holistic development of learners as it doesn’t show the whole picture of the learning activity. It can help you track, store, and communicate learning experiences, both offline and online, in the form of statements. Recording offline learning activities.

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Building the Next Generation of SCORM

Integrated Learnings

While project Tin Can has been championed by Rustici software for years now, it is speeding up activity to produce a 1.0 Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) is leading the effort for the next generation of SCORM. Ability to handle offline and long-running content. Existing SCORM specifications are limited to a single learner mindset. The LRS could be a standalone reporting tool or part of an LMS. by Jonathan Shoaf.

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What is SCORM? xAPI? TinCan? AICC? A review of the LMS acronyms

Ed App

Lessening Support from eLearning Developers and authoring tools. SCORM is short for ‘Sharable Content Object Reference Model’ and was first created by the US government’s Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) project in 2000 as a de-facto standard for eLearning content. . Sequencing: Dictates how the learner will navigate through the course. There are actually not too many differences between the two and most SCORM authoring tools and LMS still support both in 2020.

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What is xAPI?

LearnUpon

The SCORM specification was introduced by ADL in 1999. SCORM quickly became the standard around which a whole industry of authoring tools, learning management systems, and content development was built. is still the most popular authoring standard used in eLearning, its weaknesses triggered the development of xAPI. Rustici Software believe that “learning happens everywhere”. The analysis can be used to define goals that the learner can work towards.

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What is Tin Can API?

LearnUpon

The SCORM specification was introduced by ADL in 1999. SCORM quickly became the standard around which a whole industry of authoring tools, learning management systems, and content development was built. is still the most popular authoring standard used in eLearning, its weaknesses triggered the development of the Tin Can API. Rustici Software believe that “learning happens everywhere”. The analysis can be used to define goals that the learner can work towards.

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TinCan Demystified

eFront

The standard is developed by the company RUSTICI but ADL is still the steward of the specification, just like SCORM. You collect messages in the form of JSON statements about what your learners are achieving while learning or playing or interacting with other people. Perceived simplicity is a core ingredient of the new offering and a major adoption point for LMS and authoring tools developers.

Q&A - eLearning Standards Especially SCORM

Tony Karrer

Here's a recent one to get me started: Is it mandatory to use SCORM while developing an E-learning Software? There are a bunch of other standards by ADL (who is responsible for SCORM ), IMS , IEEE LTSC including CORDRAâ„¢ , LOM , Meta-data , etc. Note: ARIADNE, AICC, IEEE LTSC, and IMS all participate in ADL's work on SCORM). There are also standards such as WebDAV that are going to be important for authoring tool implementations in the next few years.

Is it time to replace SCORM? A Look at Emerging Learning Technologies

Growth Engineering

SCORM won the hearts of L&D folk everywhere, when it was invented by the ADL in 2000. It solved the eLearning dilemma of its age – software incompatibility. SCORM solved this headache by providing a standard software specification that worked across all learning technology. Thousands of online courses continue to be created in SCORM and many authoring tools solely support SCORM compliant learning technology.

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Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

LearnUpon

Accessibility: If you create online learning content, making it accessible to all learners is crucial. Active learning: Strategy focused on encouraging learners to actively participate in training. The approach prompts learners to read, discuss, and solve problems in order to synthesize content. Assessment: Often takes the form of a test included at the end of a course to evaluate learner performance. Chunking content also helps to combat learner fatigue.

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

Experience API

Answer: xAPI allows for learners to be identified by email address, Open ID or an account on some system, such as an LMS. Activity Providers always need to know who a learner is in order to send the LRS data about that learner, which can either be done by having the learner log into the activity provider, or some kind of launch/single-sign-on process. With an LMS, it’s easy to see where learners would go to view their own learning accomplishments.

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Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 2 (M-Z)

LearnUpon

Mastery score: Defines the score a learner must achieve to pass a SCORM module. Many instructors and course developers feel that it’s essential to offer learners mobile options. Instructional designers increasingly need to develop responsive mobile learning content that can adapt to the many devices learners now use. Instead of viewing intelligence as a general ability, the multiple intelligences theory asserts that different learners can excel in different areas.

BLOG: Tin Can & Creating A Continuous Improvement Culture

Unicorn Training

Aaron Silvers, formally of ADL – the organisation responsible for SCORM and now stewards of the Tin Can standard. Interesting to me that the eLearning industry is catching up with thinking from the software development industry – assuming Aaron can make this stick. Tin Can is about the learner experiences, and if we are starting lean as Aaron’s talk introduced, then we should focus on the most important information we can use.

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CellCast mSCORM Player Announced

mLearning Trends

and v2004 SCORM packages (as generated by a variety of 3rd party authoring tools) and allows for full content playback and tracking in both online AND offline settings. and SCORM v2004 specifications suggest a mobile learner needs to be "online" whenever they launch a SCORM assignment to ensure connection between their mobile device and the content source/server running a SCORM API.

Standard Options Apply

MakingBetter

This particular one was special, as we were formally reviewing the Project Authorization Request (PAR) for the Experience API to become a formal standards project. Anyway, in his implementation he’s using the JSON binding for Activity Statements to track what people are doing in his software, in the context of how people use the software to accomplish specific tasks. Rather, the intent was to have the data follow learners across systems.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

When it comes to eLearning, accessibility for all learners is crucial. Learners who suffer from sensory, intellectual or technological difficulties will need assistive technology to successfully access and complete their training courses. Active learning is a strategy focused on encouraging learners to actively participate in training. This approach prompts learners to read, discuss, and solve problems in order to synthesize course content. Authoring Tool.

The A to Z of eLearning Acronyms Part 2

LearnUpon

An LMS like LearnUpon can send ILT invitations with an attached iCAL invite so that your learners can place the session on their own, external calendar. Instructor Led Training is the practice of training and providing learning material between an instructor and learners, either individuals or groups. An LCMS can be considered to be an LMS that includes an authoring tool. A software platform that manages the administration, delivery and reporting of online training.