SCORM & COMMON FILE FORMATSNatively on one system.
The KMS was created as a next-generation and futureproof Sustainable Upskilling Solution, allowing you to benefit from a data centric architecture delivering a level of measurability not seen before with traditional LMSs.
Many LMS users wish for richer training data, coupled with easy-to-use course authoring facilities and a more modern and flexible user experience, however this is often hamstrung by legacy SCORM course materials already in the customers’ possession, whereby the SCORM environment does not cater for rich data collection.
The KMS has resolved the problem by provisioning common file formats together with SCORM packages within the KMS architecture. In other words: SCORM and common file formats can be contained on the KMS – even within a single course!
This unique architecture makes it possible to extend legacy SCORM courses by adding KMS native elements, thus enabling extended measurability for legacy course material.
COMMON FILE FORMATS
Natively supported are all common file formats. Why? Flexibility and measurability.
If common file formats are not enough or your training catalogue comprises legacy SCORM files, rest assured, the KMS supports both standards.
Underpinned by the KMS is SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, AICC, Tin Can API (xAPI) and cmi5. Also, you can easily and reliably import content into the KMS.
The SCORM standard also ensures interoperability between content providers as well as exciting multimedia elements.
Note that Microsoft Office content should be converted to PDF for reliable deployment.
CONTENT OPTIONS & ATTRIBUTES
What furthermore sets the KMS apart is the fact that courses can easily be created on the system directly. It has been said that the KMS is the easiest Sustainable Upskilling Solution to use, given the vast functionality.
Genuinely host unlimited content, including assessments, on the KMS.
Courses can be made available for learners to browse or be restricted, meaning learners have to be enrolled by an administrator.
Enrol a single learner, a group of learners or public learners into a course.
Stipulate how often a learner may automatically be re-enrolled into content if they are deemed not yet competent.
With common file formats you can author the course, including sequence, permissions and outcomes, directly on the KMS.
Ensure that learners successfully complete a module before permitting them to the next module.
Capture and report on the monetary value of courses consumed.
Measure the affinity of a learner towards a course and understand the reason why they are consuming the content.
eCommerce / KMS Store
Procure and sell content on the KMS store. Learn more about the KMS store
The KMS automatically assigns sequential version numbers to courses.
Content can be downloaded, as stipulated by the course author, for offline consumption at a later stage.
Flexibly set course expiration dates by when the enrolment must be completed by, which includes learner alerts.
Post Completion Access
Stipulate how much of the course learners can view post completion.
Upload content, including existing courseware, directly from your desktop or an integrated Microsoft OneDrive or Dropbox account.
In conjunction with Restrictive Progression, you can set the minimum amount of time a learner must spend with a module.
Learners can communicate feedback directly to the course author.
Post Course Feedback
Capture learners feedback on diverse variables such as content and presenter quality, volume as well as complexity.
Share courses between freestanding KMS instances.