Re: [elearning tech & dev] My first SCORM project - Several questions

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Elena Elizondo

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Oct 23, 2018, 12:37:24 AM10/23/18
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Hey Jonathan,
If you have the reload editor it can wrap pretty much anything as a SCORM package. 
I don't know blackboard,  which standard does it take in? 
I can share with you a SCORM 2004 example for wrapping a PDF. 
I know that reading Pipwerks and Mike Rustici helped me a lot to try my manually added SCORM of e-learning modules. 
I used to test in SCORM cloud and TotemLMS first and then in other LMS.
Hope I helped! 
Have a nice day!
Elena :)


On Mon, Oct 22, 2018, 22:56 Jonathan Sloan <jsloa...@gmail.com> wrote:
    Hello,

     I am a front-end developer charged with creating a basic course for our LMS (Blackboard). I have developed multiple mobile and web apps as learning assistants, but SCORM has caused me a real issue. I honestly haven't even been able to get blackboard to recognize any content I have added... So, I have several questions regarding SCORM and best approaches, specifically from scratch.

     - Is it better to use the standard SCORM wrapper or Pipworks when creating a new course from a JavaScript dev's perspective?

     - How difficult would it be to utilize whichever api in a JS framework(Vue or Angular would be preferable)?

     - Has anyone even the most basic: 'Hello World' type example project they would be willing to share? I feel once I get a something loaded in Blackboard, I should be set.

     - Any other tips that may come in handy moving forward?

     Thank you very much in advance and I can't wait to learn more about all of this!

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Jonathan Sloan

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Oct 23, 2018, 10:43:47 AM10/23/18
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Elena,

     Thank you very much for your response! I believe this reload editor should do the trick, or at least set me on the correct path! I really appreciate your assistance!

     -Jonathan

On Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 12:37:24 AM UTC-4, Elena B wrote:
Hey Jonathan,
If you have the reload editor it can wrap pretty much anything as a SCORM package. 
I don't know blackboard,  which standard does it take in? 
I can share with you a SCORM 2004 example for wrapping a PDF. 
I know that reading Pipwerks and Mike Rustici helped me a lot to try my manually added SCORM of e-learning modules. 
I used to test in SCORM cloud and TotemLMS first and then in other LMS.
Hope I helped! 
Have a nice day!
Elena :)


On Mon, Oct 22, 2018, 22:56 Jonathan Sloan <jsloa...@gmail.com> wrote:
    Hello,

     I am a front-end developer charged with creating a basic course for our LMS (Blackboard). I have developed multiple mobile and web apps as learning assistants, but SCORM has caused me a real issue. I honestly haven't even been able to get blackboard to recognize any content I have added... So, I have several questions regarding SCORM and best approaches, specifically from scratch.

     - Is it better to use the standard SCORM wrapper or Pipworks when creating a new course from a JavaScript dev's perspective?

     - How difficult would it be to utilize whichever api in a JS framework(Vue or Angular would be preferable)?

     - Has anyone even the most basic: 'Hello World' type example project they would be willing to share? I feel once I get a something loaded in Blackboard, I should be set.

     - Any other tips that may come in handy moving forward?

     Thank you very much in advance and I can't wait to learn more about all of this!

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Elena Elizondo

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Oct 23, 2018, 11:14:38 AM10/23/18
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Glad I could help!
Have a great day!
Elena :)

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On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 4:43 PM Jonathan Sloan <jsloa...@gmail.com> wrote:
Elena,

     Thank you very much for your response! I believe this reload editor should do the trick, or at least set me on the correct path! I really appreciate your assistance!

     -Jonathan

On Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 12:37:24 AM UTC-4, Elena B wrote:
Hey Jonathan,
If you have the reload editor it can wrap pretty much anything as a SCORM package. 
I don't know blackboard,  which standard does it take in? 
I can share with you a SCORM 2004 example for wrapping a PDF. 
I know that reading Pipwerks and Mike Rustici helped me a lot to try my manually added SCORM of e-learning modules. 
I used to test in SCORM cloud and TotemLMS first and then in other LMS.
Hope I helped! 
Have a nice day!
Elena :)


On Mon, Oct 22, 2018, 22:56 Jonathan Sloan <jsloa...@gmail.com> wrote:
    Hello,

     I am a front-end developer charged with creating a basic course for our LMS (Blackboard). I have developed multiple mobile and web apps as learning assistants, but SCORM has caused me a real issue. I honestly haven't even been able to get blackboard to recognize any content I have added... So, I have several questions regarding SCORM and best approaches, specifically from scratch.

     - Is it better to use the standard SCORM wrapper or Pipworks when creating a new course from a JavaScript dev's perspective?

     - How difficult would it be to utilize whichever api in a JS framework(Vue or Angular would be preferable)?

     - Has anyone even the most basic: 'Hello World' type example project they would be willing to share? I feel once I get a something loaded in Blackboard, I should be set.

     - Any other tips that may come in handy moving forward?

     Thank you very much in advance and I can't wait to learn more about all of this!

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