I was asked by Viral T (Microsoft SharePoint Evangelist) to write a few articles for the Technet Industry Insiders Blog. My first one is on SharePoint Learning Kit and SCORM. Hope the next one will be on the Microsoft Learning Gateway. Please read and leave any comments http://blogs.technet.com/industry_insiders/archive/2008/01/29/introduction-to-scorm-and-sharepoint-learning-kit.aspx Continue reading Industry Insiders Blog Post
I’ve had a few people recently ask me where I would recommend putting the My Assignment Web Part? With in the pupils My Site or somewhere else? Well it depends on how you intend to use your site. Personally – I have it within the pupils site where they can also see announcements, calendar, … Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Where is the best place for the My Assignment Web Part?
For christmas I got a brand new IPod – something I wanted as I had filled my old 4GB one. I got the new IPod Touch with a capacity of 16GB. I can now fit all my podcasts on there and listen to the music I want instead of having to select before going out. … Continue reading SharePoint and SharePoint Learning Kit on IPod Touch
Its great to see so many more posts out there now on SharePoint Learning Kit. If you want to see how to assign a document to yourself through the application have a look at the video below. http://www.click2learn.ch/Free%20Video/Sharepoint%20Learning%20Kit.wmv Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Part 4
The Microsoft Learning Gateway (MLG) consists of many products from Microsoft from Windows Operating Systems to the Office System. SharePoint is a product that is required to make up the MLG but other products that can be added, these are not necessary to make up your MLG. What does Microsoft say on the Learning Gateway? … Continue reading Introduction to the Microsoft Learning Gateway
A few weeks ago I posted on how there are currently two version of the SLK application for sharepoint 2007. Andrew Woodward has posted to say that Microsoft are intregrating the versions back. Have a look at his post http://www.21apps.com/2007/11/mlg-version-of-slk-to-be-updated.html Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Intregration of Versions
SharePoint Learning kit can be downloaded from www.codeplex.com/slk. Some of you may have noticed that you can download other peoples add-on, patches etc for SLK. Haven’t tried any myself yet but have a look. http://www.codeplex.com/SLK/SourceControl/ListDownloadableCommits.aspx Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Source Code
SharePoint Learning Kit and MLG will only work with the public mapping address set in Central Admin. If you are using a different address other than the default that was set up as part of your install you need to edit it. Link below on how to do it. http://technet2.microsoft.com/Office/en-us/library/be9d31d2-b9cb-4442-bfc6-2adcdbff8fae1033.mspx?mfr=true If you are configuring your MLG … Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Default Alternate Access Mapping
Some of you may be aware of this – some of you may not! If you have MLG you need to have the SLK web part that is provided with download from www.codeplex.com/mlg. If you have this installed already and then install the update from www.codeplex.com/SLK it will remove the option of SLK Observer which … Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Different Versions!
I found this video which is an interview with Mike Hines who helped develop SLK. Have a look – its a good video interview to let you know what SLK is and how it is being used in some environment. http://port25.technet.com/archive/2007/01/11/mike-hines-slk-interview.aspx Continue reading SharePoint Learning Kit: Mike Hines