Have just spent the first day here in Austin, Texas, seeing the city by night and by day, and preparing for the first real day of the IMS Global Learning Impact Summit which begins in the morning. I’m here with Remo, one of the eXe developers, to present eXe to the Learning Impact Awards judges tomorrow. With such a great line-up of finalists it will be interesting to see what the outcome will be – but I’m confident that we can at least use the opportunity to demonstrate just what eXe can do, and the extent to which it can demonstrate compliance with the international interoperability standards such as SCORM 2 and Common Cartridge. Our three key messages for the presentation will be:
- eXe is an easy to use desktop application
- With it you can build pedagogically sound education resources
- It allows you to export what you’ve created in standard packaging formats.
Let’s hope the judges are interested.