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Xerte and Oracle Fusion 3 months 3 weeks ago #7887

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Hi everyone,

Looking to find out if Xerte can be used with Oracle Fusion for embedding staff training courses. I've been told Oracle Fusion can take SCORM 1.2 and 2004, so it sounds like there wouldn't be any issues. Grateful for any insight.

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Alison
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Xerte and Oracle Fusion 3 months 3 weeks ago #7888

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Hi Alison
I can't comment directly re Oracle Fusion because I haven't used/tried it but if it officially supports SCORM 1.2 and/or 2004 then obviously you have two options to try.
The other option to investigate/try might be LTI or LTI + xAPI or even just embed code/links if tracking is not required.
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Xerte and Oracle Fusion 3 months 3 weeks ago #7891

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Hi Ron,
Thanks for the response. Yes, hopefully SCORM 1.2 and/or 2004 will work. We are wanting to transfer staff training courses onto the Oracle Fusion system to track who has completed what, using Xerte would be a good choice IMHO because staff will be developing their courses themselves.

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