Tired of Moodle? Former Dokeos developers have forked Dokeos’ open-source code and used it to create a new LMS named Chamilo. It’s basically Dokeos under-the-hood, but with newer features and a new direction.
When I think of DevLearn 2009 I think of two things: Social media gone wild, and hallway conversations.
There’s a big difference between best practices in terms of learning theory — something that’s difficult to quantify and/or prove — and technology.
The CaptivateController has been updated to fix the gotoSlideAndPlay and gotoSlideAndStop bugs.
It took me much much longer than I anticipated, but I am happy to announce the new CaptivateController utility.
This controller is not a simple rehash of the original pipwerks.captivate.control utility; it is a complete re-write that adds a number of extra features.
The folks at Adobe recently published a list of Captivate 4 variables. While it’s a solid list, it’s not really a complete list.
I’d like to say thank you to all the people who posted in the pipwerks forum, and invite you to join me in the new eLearning Technology and Development group.
I’d also like to ask anyone and everyone who develops e-learning to drop by and sign up for the eLearning Technology and Development group. Ask questions — lots of questions — and let’s see if we can get a good community going!
Adobe has officially announced Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite. My first thought upon finding out about the eLearning Suite a few months ago: “Why should I buy the eLearning Suite if since I already have CS3/CS4? The only real difference seems to be the inclusion of Captivate, which I can get separately, and Presenter, which I probably won’t even use.” The answer is…
Adobe is investigating the needs of Captivate users regarding how you would like to store your quiz interaction and score data. As you may know, Captivate already provides a mechanism for sending this data to an LMS via SCORM or AICC (and a couple of other options), but the Captivate team also knows that some of you are asking for more.
They want to hear from YOU about your situation and what you would like to be able to do with the Captivate score and interaction data. For example, would you store data directly to a database without using an LMS, or perhaps use web-based services to store the data?
This is your chance to tell them exactly what you’d like to see. Please write up a short summary of the functionality you’d like to see, and a clear example of how you would use it, if it were available. Be sure to use a valid email address when posting so Adobe can contact you for clarification if needed.
Summary of “Sneak Peeks” session @ Adobe Summit today. Includes details about the Adobe E-Learning Suite and Adobe Captivate 4.