LiveCode interface to SCORM /LIT
prothero at earthednet.org
Fri Sep 23 21:53:33 CEST 2016
Here’s some more info I found on interfaces to LMS. I queried the director (a friend) of the Office of Instructional Improvement at the University of California, Santa Barbara and got this response:
"Hey, good to hear from you. Sorry for the delayed response, but yesterday was the first day of classes for fall. I also had to do a bit of research. In terms of interoperability with LMS’s the best option, I think, is for the Livecode guys to focus on the LTI 2 standards and APIs for defining an LTI 2 content publisher and LTI 2 content consumer. That is the interoperability piece. xAPI is a set of API’s for collecting and storing user interaction data for later analysis, e.g. learning analytics. It is a standard proposed by ADL. It is kind of competing in that space with Caliper with is being developed by IMS global, and which is intended to work with the LTI 2 standard which IMS Global is also developing. I would think that it would be better to stick with the whole IMS Global suite of interoperability standards and analytics collection standards than trying to knit LTI 2 and xAPI, but that’s just me. The UC system has been very involved with development of both standards working with IMS Global for the past three years. Hope that helps.”
A useful Link:
> On Sep 22, 2016, at 7:19 AM, Martin Koob <mkoob at rogers.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the link to LTI. I am interested in a technology that could
> integrate my LiveCode app into LMS's.
> I think that Tin-Can API or the ExperienceAPI (xAPI) were also developed as
> a successor to SCORM to address its shortcomings.
> They list a number of adopters including BlackBoard and Moodle
> Have you heard of this? Would this api accomplish what you are trying to
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