Zimbio: putting Learning2.0 together.finally!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Sure ELGG is awesome because I can download and install the framework onto my own server! Now if only I could download the framework and run it behind my corporate firewall. Check out Corporate eLearning Development at Zimbio Many people ask me for examples of what a Learning Ecosystem looks like. There are several images that bloggers have created, but we want apps that people can get their hands on.

Day 4. Getting to grips with SCORM API

LearnUpon

On day three , we learned that the packaging aspect, or Content Aggregation Model (CAM), defines how an authoring tool or eLearning developer should package their course into a zip file. But given the scrutiny both technologies are under, and their love/hate relationship with firewalls , JavaScript APIs represent a sensible approach. session_time & total_time : These fields are extremely useful for eLearning reporting.

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Day 4. How SCORM tracks course content

LearnUpon

On day three , we learned that the packaging aspect, or Content Aggregation Model (CAM), defines how an authoring tool or eLearning developer should package their course into a zip file. But given the scrutiny both technologies are under, and their love/hate relationship with firewalls , JavaScript APIs represent a sensible approach. session_time & total_time : These fields are extremely useful for eLearning reporting.

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Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit

Steve Howard

The second was DevLearn, run by the eLearning Guild. interaction behind the company firewall – safe, secure conversations not visible to the public. This session was supposed to talk about Wave and eLearning, but the original presenter could not make the conference. Instead, the presenter was one of the developers of Wave, and he was more interested in telling us about Wave in general. Useful intro, but not much about eLearning applications. Posted in eLearning.