If your training content is tightly integrated with your platform and not easy to package for third-party use, delivering self-contained SCORM, AICC, cmi5, or Tin Can (xAPI) files to an LMS is a tough, if not impossible task. Rustici Cross Domain (RXD) solves this problem by helping you deliver your training content to your customers in the format they require, while maintaining control of the content and overall learner experience.

RXD allows you to create proxy packages (SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 3rd Edition, AICC, cmi5, and Tin Can (xAPI) packages) that your customer uploads into their LMS. From a client perspective, this package appears like any other course – the course registration and launch process are the same.

When a learner launches the proxy package in the LMS, they are directed back to your servers to access the content. Once the learner exits the content or completes another action specified by your developers, Rustici Cross Domain sends key information to the LMS including Completion, Score, Time and Pass/Fail.

Because the content assets remain on your servers, you remain in control of all course functionality, reporting and features. That means you’ll be able to save important course data (including Completion, Score, Time and Pass/Fail) and learner data (including Student Name and Student ID) for your own reporting needs as well as sending it to your customer’s LMS.

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