LETSI Attacks Standardization

The International Federation for Learning, Education and Training Systems Interoperability (LETSI) is kicking off a final test phase of its software standardization project entitled Runtime Web Services for Learning.

Eight LETSI volunteer organizations are involved in the final research and development phase of this year-long project, which pioneered a rapid, collaborative approach to solving systems interoperability issues.

LETSI’s project allows stand-alone learning activities, like mobile training on an iPhone, to communicate directly with existing learning management systems (LMS) using Web service definitions based on SCORM protocols. LETSI’s innovative work will enable new types of e-learning activities to easily integrate into existing LMS at learning institutions and in industry.

Participating companies are Booz Allen Hamilton, Rustici Software, Meridian Knowledge Solutions, Imedia.it, OutStart, Intelligent Automation, pipwerks, and Wise Learning Solutions.

The International Federation for Learning, Education and Training Systems Interoperability (LETSI) is kicking off a final test phase of its software standardization project entitled Runtime Web Services for Learning.

Eight LETSI volunteer organizations are involved in the final research and development phase of this year-long project, which pioneered a rapid, collaborative approach to solving systems interoperability issues.

LETSI’s project allows stand-alone learning activities, like mobile training on an iPhone, to communicate directly with existing learning management systems (LMS) using Web service definitions based on SCORM protocols. LETSI’s innovative work will enable new types of e-learning activities to easily integrate into existing LMS at learning institutions and in industry.

Participating companies are Booz Allen Hamilton, Rustici Software, Meridian Knowledge Solutions, Imedia.it, OutStart, Intelligent Automation, pipwerks, and Wise Learning Solutions.

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