Do I need to use SCORM, xAPI or no course standard? Step 1 of 10 10% Do you need to use a course format like SCORM or xAPI? And if so, which one? Choosing an LMS to host your training courses can be a tricky matter. Too often, businesses invest in platforms that limit what they can offer. Choosing the wrong standard to build your platform and course material upon can delay project launches, and costs thousands in unnecessary redevelopment fees as you redo your work. We’ll help you get it right the first time. Our 3 minute quiz will help you to decide whether you need to adopt a course standard or not. And if so, whether to use SCORM or xAPI. How will your courses be distributed?*Courses will be loaded onto our own learning management system for learners to accessCourses will be sold to multiple companies specifically to be loaded into their own learning management systems, and they will control access to the courses How important is it that your courses are easily exported from one LMS and imported into another*After the next move, we won't regularly migrate coursesWe have no need to migrate our courses to another LMSWe may need to migrate in the future but we're happy to put in some work to do thisWe may need to migrate in the future and would prefer it to be as easy as possibleWe must be able to easily migrate our courses to another LMS Let's talk about platforms. Which of these is most relevant?*Accessing the content should be possible from any device through a web browserAccessing the content should be possible through applications our users can install on their own devicesAccessing the content will be available through our own applications, installed on our own hardwareCourses will be taken within exam environments, available on our own hardware If your courses are distributed to multiple third parties and to be uploaded to their own LMS', how important is it for you to record and collect learner data?*This does not apply. We do not sell courses for inclusion in other learning management systems and our courses are only available from our own LMSWe do allow our courses to be uploaded into other learning management systems, and it's important that we gather dataWe do allow our courses to be uploaded into other learning management systems but we do not need to collect data Do your courses need to be accessible without an internet connection?*Our learners always have access to the internet when they take our course, so we don't need offline learningOur learners sometimes don't have access to the internet, so we might benefit from offline learningOur courses must always be available, even without an internet connection Think about your course content for a moment. Which of these most apply to you?*Our content is already packaged up as SCORM or xAPI, and we'd rather not move to another formatOur content is already packaged up as SCORM or xAPI, but we're willing to extract the content to put it into a more appropriate format, should one existWe've got all of the content but it hasn't been packaged up into SCORM or xAPIThe content is not yet readyI don't know How would you prefer to build your content and load it into the system?*We would prefer to build the content within the LMS itself, using its own integrated authoring toolWe will create or buy pre-made course material, and copy the content from the provided files into the learning management systemWe will create or buy pre-made course material, and upload the packages to our learning management systemWe will create or own content within a paid authoring tool such as Adobe Captivate Which of these apply to you the most?*We need a custom learning management system that fits around our unique needsWe need a basic learning management system with a standard feature-setWe already have a learning management system and we are happy with itWe don't have a learning management system and do not need one Bleep bloop. Your report is being generated. Please enter your email and we’ll send you the report as soon as it is ready, usually within 5 minutes.Email* We'll provide your report and send related LMS/e-learning information. You can one-click unsubscribe at any time. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.