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CMI-5 - How the AICC is making eLearning better…again!

If your Learning Management System’s reports look like this now … 

Name

Course

Score

Status

Time

John Q. Pilot

737-800 Transition CBT Course

100

Complete

24:43:03

Skip R. Winger

A320 Transition CBT Course

100

Complete

23:13:01

Alice T. Aviator

737-800 Transition CBT Course

100

Complete

24:43:03  

but you’d like them to look like this...

 Video  Audio  Pictures/Charts  Adobe PDF

without "custom" LMS/Content integration costs, then the AICC has some great news for you!

Today’s e-learning content and LMS systems are limited by the current standards for tracking trainee performance (AICC/SCORM). These standards attempted to define all of the data that training professionals needed to monitor trainee progress. If a data element was not "on the list", it could not be recorded unless there was custom LMS development. With the release of CMI-5 this will no longer be a problem. Designers of content can record virtually any data they need and their content will pass that data to any CMI-5 compliant LMS; the limitations on what is possible to record in your LMS will be lifted.

Here are just a few examples of the reporting possibilities of CMI-5 compliant courseware and a CMI-5 compliant LMS:

  • A course on English could have actual trainee responses in audio in the progress report.
  • Progress report that containing a simulated landing exercise could contain a chart of a decent path and a video.
  • Trainees could respond to essay questions of unlimited length.

Now doesn’t that sound better than a "text only" break report with score, status, and time?

In addition to new data reporting features, CMI-5’s simple, elegant structure will allow organizations to be more adaptable to changes in e-learning technology and enable such features as :

  • Content-to-content comunication for rich navigation
  • Tracking for group learning activities and simulations
  • Content as a service (CaaS) feature
  • Non-LMS launch scenarions to support mobile learning.

 ... ALL in a uniform interoperable way !!