MILFORD, Ohio, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- DigiLore, Inc. the thought leader
in Learning Lifecycle Management(TM) announced today it has released, to the
open source community, enhancements to the Moodle Learning Management System
(LMS). These developments render Moodle compliant with the Office of the
Secretary of Defense (OSD) Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) initiative's
SCORM 2004 standards.
The goal for offering the open source community at large access to these
enhancements is to facilitate innovation and promote SCORM 2004 compliancy. By
gaining access to DigiLore's enhancements, all 60,000+ registered Moodle users
can potentially take advantage of these SCORM 2004 enhancements.
Complementary to any SCORM 2004 compliant LMS, JITCube from DigiLore is
the only "blended learning" curriculum authoring framework and assessment
product in the market today. JITCube provides the learning enterprise with a
collaborative SCORMcompliant environment for creating, delivering, and
assessing multimedia-enhanced curricula in ways never before possible.
Operating on any hardware device and operating system, JITCube with a high
degree of certainty predicts and tracks learner performance and curriculum
"Our ADL Initiative is a collaborative effort among government, industry
and academia to establish a distributed learning environment that facilitates
the interoperability of education and training content on a global scale,"
commented Dr. Robert Wisher, ADL Director. "The open source community's
contribution to this international effort as evidenced by DigiLore's
contribution is significant to those committed to open standards and also to
our national interests."
"From our inception DigiLore has been an ardent supporter of the open
source community," stated Lloyd Fields, DigiLore's President & CEO. "We have
benefited considerably from the SCORM and open source standards so it seems
entirely proper that we give back to the community."
DigiLore is the only choice for Learning Lifecycle Management(TM). The
Knowledge on Demand product suite enables the manufacturing enterprise to:
Author a "blended learning" curriculum, capture and retain knowledge of the
aging workforce, and accurately ascertain the effectiveness of training
programs. These innovative products, in part, have been brought to market
through a well-established partnership with the Department of Defense.
Founded in 1999, DigiLore is a privately held co. with offices in Milford,
OH & Hilo, HI.
SOURCE DigiLore, Inc.