[Xerte] Re: Minimum installation to export SCORM

Tom Reijnders reijnders at tor.nl
Tue Jan 7 23:39:56 GMT 2014

MAXOS may work, but I would advice you to consider a XAMPP installation 
on your desktop PC, if you're the only one creating the SCORM content. 
If there are more people creating content, then you definitely want to 
consider an installation on an internet/intranet server, to be able to 
share/co-write/peer-review content.


Steven Rauch schreef op 8-1-2014 0:05:
> I am a medical librarian in the states and I have used XOT (thanks to 
> the sandpit!) to create a course for proof of concept. I exported it 
> to SCORM and we deliver it using a hosted learning management system 
> called HealthStream.
> In order to create other RLOs to deliver I was wondering what the 
> minimum installation is that I would need in order to export SCORM 
> content. We do not need to be running XOT behind Moodle or anything 
> like that. Would it be easiest to use MAXOS and not bother with 
> installing on my desktop PC or bothering Info Technology to install on 
> an intranet server or is there some other recommended approach.
> Our IT folks are more focused on patient care systems, so I want to 
> give them the easiest possible solution.
> Thank you -
> Steve Rauch
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Tom Reijnders
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