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LMS Review: Adobe Captivate Prime

Talented Learning

Also on the administrative side, SCORM, AICC, xAPI, videos, digital documents, virtual classrooms, and instructor-led training (ILT) can be managed in one or more catalogs you can create — for internal or external audiences. This model is great for employee learning programs, but it is not ideal for extended enterprise learning. Align all online and offline enterprise-wide learning initiatives to skill, upskill and reskill your employees.

Product Review – Percipio by Skillsoft

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Analytics including “Program Value” – shows the ROI in terms of metrics that you can show. Easy to “Add to Playlist” or “Remove from Playlist” Mobile app – I love that you can read, watch and listen offline – huge wins for audio books and books in general (ebook format). is like having 4K programming before everyone else jumps on board and offers it). Percipio though can accept AICC, SCORM, xAPI and CMI-5 (win!).

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

LearnUpon

Objectives: Course or learning objectives define the knowledge or skills learners are expected to gain from a training program. RFP (request for proposal ): Document prepared by organizations to help assess LMS vendors during a selection process. Training professionals are now often required to demonstrate the ROI of learning programs and software to leadership teams. Popular eLearning content standards include AICC, SCORM and xAPI.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

The first official eLearning content standard, AICC was developed by the Aviation Industry CBT Committee in 1993 as a CD-ROM based standard. A predecessor to SCORM, AICC was difficult to work with and many steps were required to get content in the format running in a learning management system (LMS). API (Application Programming Interface). API provides an interface that allows developers to interact with programs and applications, including learning management systems.