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I am looking to purchase the SANS security awareness CBT and I would like to host it within our LMS system here (Skillport). Has anyone ported the CBTs into SkillPort specifically?

I'll also take any experience anyone has had porting the CBTs into any SCORM compliant LMS.

Thx,
Mike Fox 
Georgia Southern University
Information Security Office
(912)478-1592

Jeremiah 29:11-16

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Hi Mike,

 

I am still working on implementing this into our LMS but hitting roadblocks. We are wanting both the closed captioning to work and to be SCORM compliant, which seems to be an issue. We can have one or the other but haven’t yet figured how to do both. As soon as I figure a way to get both of these working in our LMS, I will send the information to this list.

 

 

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Message from aperry@murraystate.edu

I successfully ported the SCORM modules in Blackboard. It launched a separate SCORM window and was entirely self-contained. It worked well, but since all customization (we wanted 3 questions per module, not just 1) had to be done by SANS before they sent us the modules, it made more sense for us to use the SANS LMS.

Drew Perry
Security Analyst
Murray State University
(270) 809-4414
aperry@murraystate.edu

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Hi Drew,

 

Were you able to also have the modules with closed captioning?  We have Blackboard here. I currently also planned to present three questions per module.

 

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Subject: Re: [SECURITY] SANS Securing the Human and SkillPort

 

I successfully ported the SCORM modules in Blackboard. It launched a separate SCORM window and was entirely self-contained. It worked well, but since all customization (we wanted 3 questions per module, not just 1) had to be done by SANS before they sent us the modules, it made more sense for us to use the SANS LMS.


Drew Perry
Security Analyst
Murray State University
(270) 809-4414
aperry@murraystate.edu

 

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We have successfully ported it to Blackboard too. Everything works well. We turned off the quiz questions that appear after each of the modules, and elected to create our own separate quiz based on the course content.

Dan Han
Information Security Officer
Virginia Commonwealth University
 
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Message from aperry@murraystate.edu

Cherry,
I haven't had any problems with the CC. When I fire up an assignment from a SCORM module it opens a new window with the STH video material in it, there's a CC button beneath the player that expands the CC text frame when clicked.

Drew Perry
Security Analyst
Murray State University
(270) 809-4414
aperry@murraystate.edu

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