Peng Zhang on September 15th, 2011

Background Our organization needs to provide some annual training/certification for employees. We are using a hosted Learning Management System, but only have purchased licenses for about 7500 users, and yet we need to provide the training to more users on an annual basis. With the current world economic conditions, every organization is looking to save [...]

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I finally had the time to do something about a problem – I don’t want a group of my users in a custom-defined role (that will normally see a dropdown list of pages to navigate to) to see it within the management control panel area. Below is the way I did it: function isHRADMRole(){         return [...]

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Peng Zhang on December 18th, 2010

I had to find a way to test a SCORM package. It is purely interactive Flash content, and my past experience tells me that there might be some problem testing purely Flash content on SCORM Testing Suite 1.2.7 due to Flash’s sandbox security settings. This lead me to find web-based testing environment as opposed to [...]

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Peng Zhang on January 14th, 2010

completion of a course by a user will show up in a report run on an LC as long as the user and the course are both associated with the LC.

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Peng Zhang on January 14th, 2010

Findings: Would courses loaded onto a Sub-LearnCenter show up in other LearnCenters? It depends. If the course is inserted into the showroom of the LC from the common storage room, then the course will appear for a LC that did not initially created or imported the course. Courses created or imported are by default stored [...]

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Peng Zhang on January 14th, 2010

In preparation for setting up a sub-LearnCenter(SLC) and controlling access to it, I did some exploratory tests on Learn.com’s sub-LearnCenters to find out more about the relationships between users and LearnCenters. Here are what I found: primary LC (PLC) and SLC reference the same user record which contains the user properties. If the company field [...]

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