HELP! Storyline 2 + WordPress + LearnDash + Tin Can API + Grass Blade +... FOR M-LEARNING
Mar 06, 2015
I'm a noob here, and I need some heroe's assistance, I think. Like @brucegraham said on this old post (https://community.articulate.com/discussions/articulate-storyline/tin-can-api-in-learndash-or-sesei-wp-plugin), "as a non-tecchie" person, I have issues with all this stuff.
We (at my company) are trying to create e-learning contents for both mobile (so, m-learning) and PC users. We need to track, evaluate and certify, so we love the Tin Can API solution better than SCORM.
Our target: adults only, in-company and outsiders (who may pay for our courses) with a tech/electrician (telecommunications) profile, so we'll need to add a lot of videos, and we are expecting to create evaluation tasks with the upload-your-video-solution format.
Plus, we have big dreams and a small team. I'm the only person on it with a little training and e-learning experience (us an instructional designer)... and I'm from Spain and I'm not an English speaker (sorry for the language and the errors).
Well, we are looking for a simple, easy, economic way to do all this. My solution:
Contents: Storyline 2. It matches perfectly for us.
Video storage: Vimeo, so we can choose the domains were the video are available.
LMS: WordPress + LearnDash or WPCourseware (I like the first one the most)
LRS: GrassBlade or WaxLRS (we like the analysis on this one, but I do not like the pay-for-usage system)
E-commerce: WooCommerce or PaidMembershipsPro
What do you think about it? Can it work? Is all this much more difficult than we think? Are we missing some essential piece???
And, more important: what about the mobile experience? I read before that Storyline tracking with Tin Can API will NOT work if the user have to sign up on the LMS, so... how can it works?
All the references about these topics that I found are from two years ago, so I can not imagine the changes and the advance on the area.ç
Thank you, guys, for reading me. Any help will be welcome.
Lots of gratitude,
This discussion is closed. You can start a new discussion or contact Articulate Support.