Posts by Ben Clark

Ben is literally one of the top experts on SCORM and xAPI in the world. Heck, he wrote the first draft of xAPI. He’s a software developer here at Rustici Software and enjoys visiting us “down South” because it means trying new foods, like catfish.

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Interview with Kent Weeks

Kent Weeks works for the Tolliver Group in support of the contract pertaining to the ADL Initiative Key Points: learner-led instruction should be supported, learner gets to walk through a set of related learning experiences based on their own pace and interest mobility, experiential learning, and collaboration…

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Interview with Frank Pollster

Key Points: content can come from a content service provider, or directly from the content provider content service provider could be for profit, or free (OER) content may or may not be served through an LMS need a way to find content (registry) meta-data to…

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Interview with Jack Lull, DoubleMasters

Key Points: have a rich project management simulation, not using SCORM. In order to support it using SCORM, a richer persistence model is needed persistence of detailed state 4th edition persistence works,crudely, but LMS support for 4th edition was missing interaction model insufficient for a…

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Interview with Bernd VanSkiver, Ben Johnson at EssentialLearning

Key Points: should be able to use SCORM for surveys next version should add more value, to increase adoption sequencing is too complicated, results can be unexpected publishing the same course to different LMSs can yield different results, time tracking varies, for example. need ability…

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Decisions

We're winding down the requirements gathering phase for Project Tin Can, and have been making some decisions on what scenarios or requirements are in, and what's out.  If you've posted to the Project Tin Can forum, you may have started to get email about ideas…

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Interview with Erica Coss, Booz Allen Hamilton

Key Points: Training should not be bound to the browser or the network, desktop training, mobile training, and virtual worlds should be supported. LETSI RTWS meets most needs, authentication must be resolved. Multi-user training should be supported. LMS should not control everything, content should be…

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Interview with Steve Hancock, President Rapid Intake

Key points: mobile should be supported disconnected use should be supported re-purposing of content instead of reuse – would require a content authoring standard a reporting API would be good sequencing should be simplified What new and innovative stuff are you doing with content in…

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