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Amber Rasmussen March 14, 2017
Collaborative Learning

How many times have managers said ‘stop talking and get back to work’? Socializing is not widely accepted in most corporate cultures because it’s thought to be unproductive and wasteful. But, in more recent years, we’ve seen that it is quite the opposite. Collaborative learning does in fact contribute to business success by increasing productivity, saving time and empowering employees.

WHAT IS COLLABORATIVE LEARNING?

Amber Rasmussen March 2, 2017
Scorm SharePoint

There are just some questions that keep getting asked over and over in the learning world. One of the big ones for us at ShareKnowledge is whether or not Scorm content works within SharePoint and/or can you publish Scorm in SharePoint? This blog will break it down in easy terms so that you’ll know exactly what SharePoint can and cannot do when it comes to Scorm content as well as a simple solution for training in SharePoint.

What is Scorm?

Let’s start with the basics. What exactly is Scorm?

Amber Rasmussen February 21, 2017

For many companies, an LMS for SharePoint just makes sense. The obvious reason is the utilization of software that you already have plus the integration with every other system used by your business – a major plus both functionally and financially. However, with the different SharePoint LMS systems on the market, this blog will give you some ideas to consider before choosing which system will work best for your specific needs.

LMS FOR SHAREPOINT

Amber Rasmussen February 9, 2017

You probably have a checklist a mile long of various features and must-haves for your Learning Management System.  But, is your LMS scorm compliant? And, why should you care?

Let’s start at the beginning, what exactly is Scorm?

In very basic terms, scorm is a set of standards for the creation of elearning that enables a company to use it with any learning management system.

LMS SCORM

An LMS scorm compliant system should be at the top of your list of features. A few things to consider:

Amber Rasmussen February 6, 2017

The bulk of updates in this release revolve around courses. Here is how we’ve improved the features in the course category:

1) Creating a new course is streamlined. Instructors can now create new courses based off ones that have already been created. This means you can copy enrollment rules, personal assignments, prerequisites, course instructors and other options to a new course and allows for setting a different due date.