Yes, TidWiT supports learning courses in multiple formats including Video formats (for recorded webcasts), SCORM v1.2 (for interactive courses), as well as HTML5.
There are no limits as to the length of either courses or assessments.
Yes, assessments developed in SCORM can be published on a TidWiT instance. An important additional feature of TidWiT, once an assessment is passed, is to provide a certificate with a branded look and feel, the student name, the date taken, and a Passing confirmation code.
SCORM courses created by Lectora™, Captivate™, and Toolbook™ are certified to be compatible. Other tools offering SCORM 1.2 could be compatible, but testing may be required. TidWiT is also compatible with HTML5 encapsulated courses (developed using HTML5 editing tools). For webcast recordings, TidWiT is compatible with video formats such as MPG, WMV, and FLV.
Yes, in case of a failed assessment, the administrator can limit the number of times an assessment can be retaken.
Yes, access can be limited to a specific voucher code, without which the course or assessment would be denied entry. Multiple Access codes can be issued with open or specified date ranges.
Yes, TidWiT allows for supporting content to be attached to an online course. Supporting content could be any type of content that has been published on TidWiT.
Yes, courses, recorded webcasts, and assessments can all be syndicated through to other instances on TidWiT. The syndicated instance, however, would need to be enabled to support Learning as a feature in order to push learning downstream.
Yes, courses and assessments could be sold through a TidWiT instance. In such a case, the Commerce feature would need to be enabled in order to provide shopping cart functionality, as well as payment processing, and reporting.
Yes, TidWiT allows for discount codes either with no limited date rage or within a specifically set date range.
Courses could be paid for using either major credit cards or PayPal.
Yes, TidWiT comes with community message and discussion boards, which allow the interaction of pupils with one another online.
Yes, a Table of Content could be entered manually or automatically generated through SCORM 1.2 integration.
Yes, TidWiT allows course takers to rate as well as comment on an online course.
TidWiT provides both aggregate as well as detailed learning metrics such as course registration, completion rates, passing averages, among other metrics.