Remove AICC Remove Compliance Remove PPT Remove Server

Rapid Content Authoring Tools: Market, Mayhem and Reality

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An alarming rate of “get the content up now, ASAP&# regardless of what it looks like, instructional design is typically tossed out the window, especially when the ID, CD or whomever is tasked to create is handed a stream of documents in Word or PPT or some other form. PPT or Word to Flash and the end user can add a TOC, some assessments, audio, video, even additional flash learning objects and attachments. PENS was created in 2005 by AICC as a new interoperability standard.

Learning Management System – LMS

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The two main components are the server and the user interface. Think of the server as the computer hardware which allows the system to run. Compliance, such as workplace health and safety, is a key to staying open and being successful. Not so when the PPT is online.

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Break it down! (No it’s not Hammer Time! Yet)

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If your goal is just to post the course on a server and let people access it, just for the sake of learning and you don’t care about tracking of any sort – then no, you do not need any compliance standard. Yeah, you can upload word docs, PPT, etc. Why would I want a SaaS solution over hosted on my own servers product? I’m not a fan of AICC – IMO in the past, but the same structure follows as the authoring tool above. During the past 14.5

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