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Posted by Andy Whitaker
Posted 8 August 2012
If we had a mountain close by, we’d be shouting this from the very top. Seeing as we don’t, this blog post will have to do.
SCORM Engine 2012.1 is officially available, and it includes support for the Experience API. For those of you new to SCORM Engine, here’s the 411:
SCORM Engine is a piece of software that can be added to existing LMSs. It entirely takes care of the e-learning standards piece of the equation (the hard part) and lets LMSs accept many types of e-learning content, worry free. A massive portion of the e-learning industry relies on the SCORM Engine to provide world-class standards support. Now the SCORM Engine supports the Experience API, and in particular the ability to accept xAPI statements on its own or inside an LMS.
|We want your organization to always be on the leading edge of e-learning. The Experience API, the next version of SCORM, is here, and it will be the preferred way to track learning experiences in the very near future (some are already taking advantage of xAPI’s capabilities). With the Experience API now baked into the latest version of the SCORM Engine, your organization can start using it just by integrating SCORM Engine 2012.1 into your LMS (or if you’re a current Engine customer, just by upgrading)!|
SCORM Engine 2012.1 includes an administrative interface known as Console. Console acts as your xAPI dashboard, providing direct access to the xAPI Statement Viewer as well as the xAPI Authentication Manager. xAPI Authentication Manager allows you to manage the xAPI activity providers that have the ability to write statements to your Learning Record Store.
Console also provides easy to access diagnostic data about your specific configuration and integration settings. This will be a huge help to system administrators when troubleshooting issues and planning large scale system updates.