In this video, learn what Tin Can support is, what SCORM means, what AICC compliance is, and what the Tin Can API is with regard to learning management systems.
- [Instructor] When publishing to a…learning management system,…you typically want your project to comply…with certain standards and specifications.…This way, it'll work on any LMS…and be consistent across the board.…Now, before we publish to an LMS in the next movie,…let's get comfortable with various types of compliance,…beginning with SCORM.…SCORM stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model…and it's just a collection of standards and specifications…for web-based elearning.…
It defines communication between client side content,…like our Captivate project,…and a host system, which is commonly supported…by a learning management system.…Now, SCORM also defines how content may be packaged…into a transferrable ZIP file…called Package Interchange Format.…With Captivate, we can publish our projects to an LMS…while ensuring it is SCORM compliant.…Another acronym you may have encountered…when dealing with elearning and LMSs…is AICC compliance.…
AICC standards apply to the development, delivery,…and evaluation of training courses…
- What is Captivate 2017?
- Touring the Captivate 2017 interface
- Building a project
- Using assets and interactions
- Adding animation
- Adding and programming buttons
- Adding audio and video
- Using voiceovers
- Elearning assessment basics
- Setting up a quiz
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
Building Elearning Games in Captivatewith Anastasia McCune2h 50m Intermediate
100 Courses and Counting: David Rivers on Elearningwith David Rivers8m 22s Appropriate for all
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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