SCORM stands for “Shareable Content Object Reference Model;” an eLearning standard/protocol. Each eLearning creation software comes with its own range of supported eLearning formats, including SCORM, which collects specifications for online learning courses. First released in 1998, SCORM services thousands of users around the world. To learn more about SCORM and what you need to do to create a high-quality eLearning course, reach out to Media Genesis today.
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Media Genesis has been working with CYPQ over the years, implementing website and training center updates. The CYPQ Training Center project implemented SCORM functionality in order to record when a user reached the last slide of a course and, subsequently, marking the course complete. MG modified the portal, specifically the Learning Center, so that it is capable of housing new SCORM1.2 courses as well as existing HTML courses.
Media Genesis worked with Nissan to produce the Nissan Leaf web-based training course for Nissan North America. The developed curriculum was comprised of 8-10 modules consisting of approximately 10-15 screens (10 minutes per module). Media Genesis produced the course in both English and Spanish.
This SCORM1.2 based eLearning course was developed utilizing a collection of individual Flash movies. The development also included the creation of a template for the menu structure of the course along with complete navigational control and control over the size, layout and basic look of the course.
Media Genesis partnered with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to create a variety of eLearning programs for employees.
MG used SCORM to track user course progress, track user quiz scores, and determine overall course status based on multiple quiz results, and allow users to skip and get credit for a course based on their individual pretest score. We packaged the course in SCORM2014 format for deployment at the FCA LMS staging server.
Media Genesis worked with Mazda USA to build custom eLearning programs.
MG used SCORM 1.2 to track user course progress, control course module sequences based on user module progress and completion status, track user quiz scores, and determine the overall course status based on final quiz result. We packaged the course in the SCORM 1.2 format for deployment at the LMS staging server.
Media Genesis used SCORM 1.2 to track user course progress, control course module sequencing based on user module progress and completion status, track user quiz score, and determine overall course status based on final quiz result. And package the course in SCORM 1.2 format for deployment at LMS staging server.
Working with Ford Motor Company, Media Genesis architected, designed, built, launched and maintained a management leadership program called AdvantageU. The program entailed 15 online courses ranging in run time from 30 minutes to an hour designed for managers in Ford dealerships. The courses leveraged animations, data visualization, situational examples and interactive routines to help communicate concepts, demonstrate applications, validate comprehension and measure the impact to the business. The courses were built in ADL.net SCORM 1.2 framework and were launched and maintained in Ford’s Learning Management System (LMS).
Since its inception, Media Genesis has launched over 1,000 e-learning courses online across a wide range of industries and leveraging many instructional techniques. Courses have ranged from product knowledge, technical certification, soft skills, managerial skills, customer service skills, new employee orientation, product knowledge, sales skills, technical emulation and simulation as well as compliance. Contact us for more details on our end to end web based training programs.