[Xerte] Re: Selling xerte to colleagues
reijnders at tor.nl
Mon May 20 12:43:19 BST 2013
Those are (in my humble opinion) very vague requirements, so I'll write
down what Xerte can do in these two area's.
- SCORM compatibility
In Xerte 2.0 SCORM capabilities have been enhanced:
* Don't need to think of it during authoring. SCORM is added on Export
* SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 3rd Ed.
* tracks all pages (visited, duration) and currently quiz and Multiple
Choice Question. More than 1 of these can be combined, and a weight can
Interactivity through programming is available to developers by
adding/changing page models/templates.
With the quiz you can currently have say 50 questions and ask the
learner 10 random questions out of those 50.
The whole point of Xerte itself is there is no need for programming by
But again, it is setup in such a way that it's easy to add page
Hope this helps.
Op 20-5-2013 13:28, Sheppard, Nick schreef:
> I have an academic colleague who currently uses CourseLab -- I was
> telling him about xerte and he raised the following points if anyone
> could comment (I know can output as SCORM but not familiar enough with
> xerte on the other point):
> What I would need from such an authoring tool:
> - SCORM-compatibility
> allow randomised assessment with automatically generated
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