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Simple Anatomy of SCORM-based E-Learning

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So I researched but quickly got lost in the minutia of details and acronyms -- AICC, CMI, SCO, XML, ECMAScript, manifest, packaging, and API. It is based on an instructional design or storyboard. This piece contains all the images, audio, video, and text that learners will need to consume. E-Learning development tools like Adobe Captivate, Lectora, or Articulate do all of this for you. eLearning Standards eLearning Blog API LMS eLearning AICC SCORM

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Too Little Time to Develop E-learning? Go for Rapid Development!

CommLab India

To understand this, let’s look at the workflow of a typical rapid development process : Day 1 : Client provides the inputs and source materials, often called the Storyboard(along with detailed notes to developers), and audio recordings and animations to the project manager. Day 3-6 :The development team works on the graphics, animations, and synchronizes audio files with the course content, using the storyboard as the blueprint.

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Know All about The Players in the E-learning Outsourcing Process

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They provide the blueprint (Storyboard) for the e-learning course that developers build on. Multimedia experts are adept at using various software including audio/video editing tools. Authoring tool experts are proficient in eLearning authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Lectora Inspire, Adobe Captivate, Flash, along with audio, video, and image editing software.

State of the Authoring Tool Industry

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At least SCORM support – Plenty still support AICC. Adding video/audio/documents – Video can be a video file, link from YouTube, Vimeo and so forth. Why not include storyboards for those ID folks, e-learning developers and course builders who gain experience and knowledge and wish to go to the next step? Do you know how many ATs today have a storyboard feature built-into their product?