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Captivate 7 updated

ICS Learning

optimal file sizes, proper response to the ‘Scalable’ option, etc.). More flexible xAPI integration. The first patch for Captivate 7 has been released! To download and install the update, open Captivate 7 and choose Help > Updates… CP7.0.1 Release notes. A good summary of the updates has been done on both Lieve’s blog and the official Captivate blog (by Dr. Allen Partridge) so we won’t go into too much more detail here.

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Webinar Q&A recap: Troubleshooting SCORM content

Rustici Software

Anyone can sign up for a free trial and test content that’s up to a 100MB file size. Or if you have questions about other standards like cmi5 and xAPI, you can always ask us anything.


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Stuck Waiting for Large SCORM Uploads? Release Courses Instantly With an LMS Wrapper

gomo learning

For anyone who has seen a SCORM file balloon alarmingly in size with every video they’ve added and patiently waited for the lengthy upload process to finish, this sounds like a fantasy. Pouring Scorn on SCORM Files? Repackage and upload the new SCORM file to your LMS.

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10 Course Authoring Software in 2022

Ed App

Courses can be published in many formats including SCORM, HTML5, and xAPI. The software can take too long to respond or not save changes depending on the file size of the course.

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The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms


From Agile to xAPI and everything in between, there are a lot of eLearning terms to get your head around. Notable contributions include SCORM and xAPI. An eLearning content authoring tool is a software package which content developers use to create and package eLearning course content using SCORM or xAPI standards. This is a “profile” for using the xAPI specification with learning management systems. Manifest File. xAPI (Tin Can).

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How to convert a PowerPoint to SCORM


For example, a PowerPoint file with a lot of slides becomes bulky in file size – this makes it hard to distribute to large numbers of users. However, if you need to track all the interactions with the content, converting your PowerPoints into SCORM files is the best option – especially when SCORM can also include multiple types of media, such as video and audio. There are other formats such as AICC, xAPI, but SCORM is still the dominant player.

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Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content


If you do not have the source files for the course, or the course was built with obsolete software, recording the content as a video is a decent option. Here’s how: Open a blank PowerPoint file. In the Save Media As dialog box, specify a file name and folder location, then click Save.