There has been a lot of discussions on Protect Tin Can lately. One of the big questions has been about adoption. Will the major tool vendors embrace and join in. Aaron Silvers of ADL has helped build a community committed to change. Not to mention the hard work of Rustici Software has done kicking it off. There where several new apps announced at mLearnCon 2012 created that will support this new version of SCORM. Companies like Float Mobile Learning with Tappestry or my friends at Saltbox with their Wax Learning Record Store. More are announced every day. I think/hope we are seeing a shift in learning and development as we re-evaluate at how we look at what works in today’s world of social, informal and mobile. Some big opportunities here.
Most people that know me would agree that I am a big fan of Lectora by Trivantis. I have used this tool for rapid development for almost seven years now. Wow where did all that time go? I am currently working on some Captivate to Lectora course conversions so they will work on an iPad. I am very happy with how I have been able to recreate the interactions using Actions in Lectora. We can talk more about that in a future post.
I was pleased when I received this press release in my inbox. I can’t wait to get in there and see what I can do. Congratulations to my friends at Trivantis you are awesome!