It’s probably a topic for another heading, but….. The most recent and popular
connection to LMS systems is one called LTI. It was championed by a LMS called
“canvas” (htto://www.canvas.net). Yes, the most basic way to interact with it
is from web apps, but I think it’s possible to do it from a standalone. It’s a
project I’ve been thinking about (or wishing someone else had done it) for
quite awhile. I don’t think that time-wise I’m up for tackling it, but I do
think it would be useful for those writing software for higher ed.
> On Sep 19, 2016, at 3:11 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassa...@fourthworld.com>
> William Prothero wrote:
> > However, I think it would be great if there was an interface to the
> > LMS world. It would enable a lot more potential applications for
> > Livecode.
> I wrote a SCORM module for LMS integration in Toolbook many years ago. It's
> been a long while since I've looked into this, but last time I did it seemed
> a lot of LMSes were limited to web-only courseware.
> Which LMS would you like to integrate with?
> The standards-compliant part of such a library wouldn't be hard; the hard
> part is finding enough LMSes that adhere to the standards faithfully enough
> to be worth the effort. :)
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Systems
> Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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