A teacher that hides the books really can’t expect the students to write well…

As we’ve mentioned several times, we want you all to be building applications against the SCORM Cloud. It is built explicitly with the purpose of being a piece of functionality in other applications.

As we first released the SCORM Cloud, we offered up the API, some client libraries, some documentation, and we even published a few sample applications, including several open source LMSs.

This was all fine and good, but we discovered something pretty quickly. Several of the people who were signing up to try the SCORM Cloud wanted something to do right away. They didn’t want to install a Moodle mod, or read through thrilling documentation. They wanted to import a course and see how it worked. So, we heard that message and decided to offer up that ability directly from the SCORM Cloud interface.

First, a word of welcome (for our new users)
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Next, a place to import a piece of content
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Now what?
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The easiest way to send content is just to email it to someone…
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And just like that, they can launch it…
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So, students, we really want to see you out there experimenting with what’s possible via the SCORM Cloud. From the moment you create your account in SCORM Cloud, you’ll be able to import and deliver content. Let this spur your imagination.

As the next few months pass, we’ll start showing you some of the other things you can do via SCORM Cloud… But let this be a simple starting point for you.


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