Nieuws

Een overzicht van nieuwsbericht van onze redactie en aanbieders die zich hebben aangesloten bij e-Learning.nl.


Van de Redactie | 03-04-2002 | Article Rating | (1) reacties

LCMS (Learning Content Management System) platform van Interactive Labs, Giunti Publishing Group gelanceerd door edugolive.

Almere, The Netherlands, April 2002, edugolive. edugolive will launch learn eXact (www.learneXact.com) , the first Learning Content Management System (LCMS) conforming to the most important international specifications (ADL-SCORM, IMS, AICC), ideal for the development and management of learning and information Business to Employee (B2E) portals and Vertical Knowledge Publishing Portals (VKP). Developed by Interactive Labs, the New Media and Technology Based Training Company of GIUNTI Publishing Group (www.giuntilabs.com) , learn eXact has been highlighted by ADL, Advanced Distributed Learning , the elearning standardisation fora of the US DoD and Ministery of Labour (www.adlnet.org) as the reference LCMS application fully implementing its SCORM 1.2. and next 1.3. specifications for elearning and eknowledge content generation, storage, delivery and tracking.

learn eXact covers the full cycle of development, storage and multi-device delivery of eLearning contents and is also interoperable with any 3rd party Learning Management System (LMS) or Information System (HR, KMS, ERP, Legacy...) conforming to international standards.

learn eXact includes the following interoperable and optional modules:

eXact Packager, client/server software to create and package xml native learning objects, courses and pubblications that can be delivered on standards-compliant platforms and devices (CD, DVD, Web, e-book, mobile, wireless and wearable devices, GPRS / UMTS phones);

eXact Siter, Web-based software with advanced content management, tracking and delivery features, ideal for the setup and management of eLearning portals and Business to Employee (B2E) knowledge portals;

eXact Lobster, Learning Objects Storage Repository based on Tamino, the first DBMS xml native by Software AG, to store courses, knowledge and learning objects in native xml format with dynamically redefinable XSL stylesheets enabling multi-device, future-proof, content delivery;

eXact Tracer to track and report learners" performances following ADL-SCORM CMI specifications;

eXact Stations, 3rd party hardware devices fully integrated with the learn eXact solution for mobile delivery of learning content ideal for just-in-time training (JITT) and mission critical decision support scenarios (such as industrial maintenaince). eXact Stations will be presented at SMAU01, based upon CompaQ Ipaq, Fujitsu pen computers, Xybernaut wearable PC and IPM-Net eBook devices.

Interactive Labs, a Company of Giunti Publishing Group, is one of Europe"s leading realities in bespoke design and development of eLearning contents for 3rd parties and in advanced architectural solutions for Learning Content Management. Active contributor of IMS, ADL, CEN, ISO and IEEE eLearnign standardisation efforts, with operating sites in Genoa, Florence, Milan and Sestri Levante, Interactive Labs has a production team composed by interdisciplinary experts, specialised in eLearning sector, and has a references list of over 100 projects, realised with success, for leading Industries, Public Bodies and Universities.

edugolive is een dienstverlenende organisatie die zowel het bedrijfsleven als onderwijsinstellingen adviseert op welke wijze zij hun onderwijsaanbod on-line via teleleren, afstandsleren, digitaal leren of e-learning (verder e-learning genoemd) kunnen aanbieden en hen ondersteunt bij de implementatie ervan. Meer informatie over edugolive is te vinden op www.edugolive.nl . edugolive is onderdeel van de Piramide groep te Almere-Haven.


Hoe waardeert u deze bijdrage?




Reacties

Naveen
Van Naveen | 07-04-2009
Wish to know more about learn eXact, GIUNTI Publishing Group, edugolive
Plaats hieronder uw reactie.

Naam (verplicht)

E-mail (verplicht)

CAPTCHA Afbeelding
Voer de hierboven staande code in:

Achtergronden aanbieders

Column

0 reacties
Van Let’s Learn! 07-05-2022

Hoe de pandemie ons leren veranderde

De corona pandemie heeft een grote invloed op onze manier van leren. Helma van den Berg deelt haar mening.