Need some clarification on IMS CC, QTI, LTI
More and more we are hearing from third parties that they are moving in the direction of the IMS standards. I hoping someone can help explain to me how Storyline can fit into these standards.
As we all know Storyline publishes as SCORM 1.2, 2004, aicc, and tin can (xapi).
But how can we use our storyline content with IMS Specifications?
1. If we put our published content in a IMS CC package will data still be passed to the lms by means of scorm, tin can, or aicc? or do we remove any testing from the content so it is simply a html page that gets included in the IMS CC package.
2. If no data can be passed to the lms then do we then have to take our test questions and put them into an IMS QTI xml file to be added to the IMS CC package?
3. Moodle provides an IMS LTI Provider plugin which means that external parties can be granted access to full courses or individual activities. If we publish our content from storyline as SCORM. Will data still be passed from or content to the third party through IMS LTI?
4. What is Articulate doing to meet the IMS Standards that are becoming more popular these days?
Any and lots of insight on this to help clear my head would be great. I have been doing lots of research but it is getting very over whelming and confusing.