Training Design Dilemma: SCORM Levels


The Dilemma “Hey Rob! How’s my training shaping-up?” Mr. Morrison enquired in earnest. Mr. Morrison is one of the future-sighted training managers in an upcoming IT company. He is enthusiastic about e-Learning and is responsible for promoting, designing, and implementing the e-Learning initiative for his organization. “Very well Mr. Morrison. In fact, we are ahead of schedule. However, I called….

Multimedia Wars Contd. – HTML5 vs Flash is like Apples vs Oranges

Mobile Development on HTML5

While reading my colleague Sachin’s post on HTML5 & Flash, I felt compelled to present my views on this debate from a e-learning developer’s perspective. Stability: For all developers working in the technology aspect of e-learning (and all other aspects as well!) the most important factor is stability. Till date no browser is 100% compliant with HTML 4.01 which was….

SCORM for Newbies


I get these questions a lot from people who are just getting into elearning – What is SCORM? What is the advantage of having SCORM compliance? What are the challenges I can face? Should I be hands-on with SCORM? So here is some help. What is SCORM? SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) is a standard defined by ADL which….

Buying a LMS? – Few Things That a Salesperson Won’t Tell You

With growing realization of benefits of e-learning more and more organizations are moving towards adopting e-learning. One of the first steps in this journey is to acquire a Learning Management System, which can turn out to be quite a daunting task if done without proper research or guidance. What all features do I need? Have I missed asking some important….

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