Adobe eLearning Suite 6: Sneak Peek 1: Enhanced Multi-SCO Packager

July 3, 2012
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Adobe eLearning Suite 6: Sneak Peek 1: Enhanced Multi-SCO Packager

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July 3, 2012

I’m excited to be bringing you the first sneak peek of Adobe eLearning Suite 6! One of the major enhancements to the suite is the new and improved Multi-SCO packager- where you not only can combine SCOs from multiple products in Adobe eLearning Suite but can now also make it more engaging with Pre-test and Post-test scenarios. Want to know more about it? Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on this exciting new feature.

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2012-07-23 17:25:00
2012-07-23 17:25:00

i tweeted!! wish me luck!

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2012-07-18 15:59:28
2012-07-18 15:59:28

[…] even up here in Atlanta, Adobe released eLearning Suite 6 today. Of big interest to me is the new Multi-SCO packager which has been significantly improved. Check it out in the sneak video […]

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2012-07-16 21:44:00
2012-07-16 21:44:00

I just entered your contest and am now following you on Twitter. I’d love to win!

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2012-07-12 19:44:18
2012-07-12 19:44:18

[…] sneak peeks on the improved Multi-SCO Packager and Adobe Presenter Video Creator, check them out here and […]

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2012-07-06 15:58:00
2012-07-06 15:58:00

You can combine multiple elearning projects using Adobe Multi SCO Packager available in Adobe eLearning Suite.

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2012-07-04 05:01:05
2012-07-04 05:01:05

[…] Go here to read the rest: Adobe eLearning Suite 6: Sneak Peak 1: Enhanced Multi-SCO Packager […]

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2012-07-03 23:49:00
2012-07-03 23:49:00

Hi, Vish! Thanks for the sneak preview. Does this all get output as a single SCO? I’d like the option for my LMS to treat this as a single item, instead of multiple items with a sequence. May not be possible… just checking,

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2012-07-04 10:31:00
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No Miles, it will showup as different items in the TOC of LMS.

Thanks,
Vish

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2012-07-05 03:59:00
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Miles,
Why would you want this to be in a single SCO? Besides not being SCORM-centric design, it makes courseware in general more difficult to support from both a development standpoint and from an LMS administration standpoint. For example, If a student is having difficulties getting through one SCO, in a proper multi-SCO course an administrator can provide them credit for the one SCO allowing them to further progress through the rest of the course, with a large single SCO multi-lesson course we could not do that. Besides the fact that these weighting and pre-test/post-test rollup behaviors are only supported using the SCORM 2004 standard, I assume that if SCORM 1.2 was chosen, you would still be able to create a multi-SCO course, you would be very limited in the things you would be able to do/specify.

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2012-07-05 08:57:00
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Well, I believed this to be a scorm limitation, and expected the sequence response, honestly… still, whenever I design a course, I always seem to get the question about scoring each enabling objective separately. We all know that this is simply a matter of position along the chain of “objective” fractals… each SCO is cosidered an ELO that, when all completed to satisfaction, equals the accomplishment of the unstated TLO. However, I do see validity in their argument about having several ELO level quizzes within a single continguous Lesson as a Terminal Object, that allows for complex branching and scoring that separate SCO’s linked by a sequence simply does not, in many LMS’s.

Short ananswer: SCO’s don’t talk, and I only get one TLO quiz output.

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