Ryan Donnelly May 19 • Tin Can API / Webinars/ Presentations/ Resources
Employees are demanding more continuous and varied approaches to learning, but many L&D organizations struggle to keep up. One big reason: a lot of that informal learning happens on the open web, inside mobile apps, and in real life – not in an LMS. This means that L&D teams aren’t getting the whole picture. And without it, they’ll have an increasingly difficult time connecting learning to business results.
Learn how CUES is using Tin Can API (xAPI) to plug L&D back into learning, and in the process plug learning back in to business results.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
*New types of learning methods and technologies for continuous learning
*The Learning Tech Stack and why a cohesive one is important
*How CUES empowers continuous learning for their members
Presenters that you'll hear from on this webinar:
* Dani Johnson, Research Manager, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP
* Wendy Wang-Audia, Sr. Research Analyst, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP
* Mike Rustici, President, Rustici Software
* Christopher Stephenson, VP/Professional Development and Innovation, CUES
If you can’t make the webinar but would like to view it later, go ahead and register. We’ll send you the recording shortly after the webinar.
Joe Donnelly December 17, 2014 • SCORM Engine / Latest News
We've just released a new version of SCORM Engine (2014.1)! This version includes a number of improvements that make this one of the most robust upgrades in the history of the SCORM Engine, so you definitely want to think about getting your application updated to use 2014.1. If you are ready to start talking upgrade, go ahead and contact us or just shoot us a message if you have any questions!
Here are some of the highlights:
1. It's SCORM and Tin Can conformant! The new Tin Can (xAPI) Conformance Test Suite from ADL includes hundreds of tests to assess LRS conformance. Rest assured, SCORM Engine 2014 passes them all.
3. It's even faster than before. We've made significant database improvements for increased speed and overall performance.
4. Improved Tin Can implementation with focus on performance
5. Tin Can conformance bug fixes (see #1)
6. Added Postgres V3 support
7. Improved Oracle performance
8. Improved DB Retry support
9. Fixed XSS vulnerabilities found in security audit
Where can you find more information?