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Making Meaning

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Posted 8 February 2017

 

We’ve launched a new services group.

 

 

Some Background

For years, we have relied on our products to be the solution to a number of complex problems facing companies that use learning standards. If you’re building an LMS or authoring tool and you need AICC or SCORM or, more recently, xAPI, we have a product that can do the heavy lifting. That’s been our bread and butter.

But we also have insights from years of thinking about experiential data and hearing how customers report on it. And we know that the problem isn’t always solved at the immediate boundary of our products.

It’s those considerations that brought our services group to life.

What We Do

We help vendors and organizations consider how to use learning standards to accomplish their goals. These goals include delivering the learning material to their people and selling their products to discerning buyers.

We work on problems related to the learning standards AICC, SCORM, and xAPI.

In the case of xAPI, the newest of the standards, the off-the-shelf solutions are less mature. Listening carefully and collaboratively helps us build better products, but it also helps us get you the right solution now.

Of course, we haven’t stopped thinking about AICC and SCORM.

Where You Come In

We want you to ask us a question. You can learn more about how we’re responding to the questions we’ve already heard here. These are things we anticipate. Maybe something on this list prompts a question you were getting ready to ask. So, ask away– we’re listening and ready to help.

 

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