EXPOB108 Try Content Engineering with LMS!
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday, April 20
Tracks: Development & Tools
Content engineering has been totally ignored in the LMS system. Content development teams struggle with eLearning source file version management and sharing between team members becomes a problem. Existing SCORM/eLearning files are large due to overloaded multimedia; LMS admin and end users’ loading time bears the brunt of the bloated modules and the LMS does not provide any support. Legacy SCORM/eLearning requires quick changes in the multimedia. In some of the cases the source file may not be present, or the time and cost cycle for getting the change is not viable. For simple content authoring, one need not become a content developer, there should be a lowering of the bar.
Attendees will learn how the LMS can be used as a content engineering tool with development, sharing, optimization, and editing capabilities. These capabilities significantly decrease cost and implementation time of any learning program.
- Legacy SCORM multimedia files are edited without source files
- Large size SCORMs are easily compressed (3x – 10x) directly within the LMS
- eLearning development teams can manage published eLearnings, as well as source files such as as .story, .cp, etc. with revision control
- Bytecasting LMS instance can be setup in under five minutes
- Inbuilt authoring is used by subject matter experts and influencers without content authoring skills, and they can create different types of content: multimedia, assessment, augmented reality, etc.
Content engineering platform
Sameer Nigam has 22 years’ experience in skill development and knowledge transfer across various domains. He’s worked in many geographies such as USA, UK, and India. He studied at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur. He’s worked with GENPACT to monitor knowledge transfer across large US MNCs in retail, defense, and aerospace sectors. In 10 years with TCS, he worked with Fortune 500 companies, P&O Nedlloyd Ltd., and Cummins Engine Company. He’s done online learning development & LMS development projects with KFC, Aviva, Metlife, Ministry of Commerce, and Government of India.