Learning Standards Pioneer Click2learn Offers Web Seminar On SCORM
Click2learn is actively engaged in defining and adopting standards such as SCORM that will enable higher levels of efficiency in e-learning development, tracking and management.
SCORM mastery and compliance enables organizations to realize greater flexibility and productivity from their corporate information systems, including human resource information systems (HRIS), customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). The interactive seminar will feature a SCORM primer, demonstrations of real-world technology applications within Click2learn’s Aspen Enterprise Productivity Suite(TM), and ample time for discussion with a Click2learn expert.
Other featured topics will include:
— SCORM basics
— SCORM and Aspen LMS content player
— SCORM and Aspen LCMS content
— SCORM and ToolBook content
— Aspen 1.1 to 2.0 – changes in SCORM implementation
— Implications of SCORM 1.3
Participants may register for this interactive seminar at
Click2learn (Nasdaq:CLKS) is a provider of enterprise software for Global 2000 organizations seeking to capture, manage and disseminate knowledge throughout their extended enterprise. Using Click2learn’s Aspen Enterprise Productivity Suite(TM), organizations can deploy highly interactive, personalized learning initiatives to achieve strategic business objectives. Many of the world’s best-known corporations use Click2learn’s technology to improve workforce performance, educate customers, and publish large volumes of learning content. Click2learn’s clients include Accenture, American Airlines, AstraZeneca, Century 21, Fujitsu, Microsoft, Pfizer, Symantec, and Towers Perrin. Based in Bellevue, Wash., with offices throughout the U.S., Click2learn (www.click2learn.com, 800.448.6543) also is represented in Europe, Australia, Japan and India.
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