A number of people emailed me reporting problems using the demonstration files for the ActionScript 3 SCORM class. Turns out the imsmanifest.xml file was causing the problems; apparently, one of the supporting XML files was corrupt. After creating a new imsmanifest.xml file and bringing in fresh copies of all the supporting XML files (the ADL/IMS …
There are a great set links for free development tools (validation services, browser toolbars and plugins) posted on the Web Access Centre Blog today:
Here are some great blog posts regarding the Blackboard vs Desire2Learn lawsuit.
Blackboard won its lawsuit against Desire2Learn. This really bums me out! I wonder if Desire2Learn will appeal (please say yes) and if Blackboard will start going after other LMS vendors?
Excerpt from the jury instructions: […]
Finally got around to making some Flash files that demonstrate the pipwerks SCORM ActionScript classes. I’ve created examples for both AS2 and AS3. You can get them here.
Both of these examples have been successfully tested using the latest ADL test suites for SCORM 1.2 and 2004.
Understanding that we should be using standards and best practices throughout e-learning development, the question becomes “what standards and best practices should we follow?”
Here’s my attempt at outlining some basics.
I’m 100% positive I’ve missed a few things, and I’m pretty sure not everyone will agree with my statements. Why not join in and add your two cents?