NEWS

Don’t Miss Out: ADL at I/ITSEC 2014!

17 Oct 2014

I/ITSEC 2014 is approaching, and ADL will be involved in numerous ways over the course of the week. Keep these events on your radar and don’t miss out on a chance to engage with ADL staff and partners! Staff members Dr. Elaine Raybourn and Dr. Shane Gallagher will be holding sessions at I/ITSEC to present ADL research. On Monday, December 1, Dr. Raybourn will be presenting her tutorial "Transmedia Learning in the Wild: Supporting Military Tr

ADL Announces 2014 Learning App Challenge Winners!

2 Oct 2014

Earlier this year, the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative announced the opening of the submissions period for the 2014 Learning App Challenge (LAC). The goal of the LAC was for participants to create and submit innovative Apps to help students acquire knowledge or skills by manipulating tasks, simulations, or situations that require students to critically evaluate what they are learning. The intent was to help students discover, under

New version of the SCORM 2004 3rd Edition Conformance Test Suite has been released

2 Oct 2014

A new version of the SCORM 2004 3rd Edition Conformance Test Suite has been released to support the current Army standard configuration - Windows 7, Java 7 and IE 11. These changes allow organizations to test SCORM content within a more modern set of software. This version is only an update to the content package, SCO, and manifest utility tests, and does not include the LMS test. ADL extends a big "thank you" to U.S. Army's TCM TADLP DL DART

SCORM and Experience API Roadmap

30 Sep 2014

A lot of the “ADL buzz” of the last couple years has been around the Experience API (xAPI). While there is a lot to be excited about, making process, infrastructure, and cultural changes takes time and stability. We realize not every organization can jump with both feet into a new technology. Nor do we expect them to!  Many of you have a great deal of time, skills, and money invested in SCORM. With this in mind, ADL would like to present a r