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Sencia featured in CEDC

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Staying on top of the latest trends, and investing in Research & Development is something that the Sencia team focuses on every day. Mobile trends and accessibility remain a top area of focus today.

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Learning Solutions 2013

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Informetica will be on display and available for demos at the Learning Solutions Conference & Expo in Orlando from March 13-15, 2013. 

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Research and Development

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An essential component of Sencia’s corporate values is our continuing investment into research and development to ensure that our systems remain focused on the future needs of industries.  We strongly believe that Innovation in all areas of application development is a must.

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Tin Can API

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We are currently working to become an early adopter of the Tin Can API, the new eLearning standard that is being considered the next generation of SCORM. 

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May 2013 - Question Banks

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Our new question bank upgrade to our testing engine will be available in May 2013. This imrpovement will provide clients with an optional method of reusing questions among different tests. Question banks will have various features such as:

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Summer 2013 - Design Packages

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We are pleased to announce that are currently developing design packages to Informetica’s test engine, with plans to release them this spring. These packages will provide our clients with the option to create new designs or select from a library of existing layouts that can be applied to test pages within their courseware. Clients will be able to make a design modification to a single location and automatically apply it to all elements within a selected test. Here are some of the benefits of using design packages:

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Annual License Graph

Posted on 12/7/2012 9:01:04 AM

We have added a graph to the site manager's home page to help you clearly see how many available users you have remaining on your annual license.  If  you don’t immediately see these changes, trying pressing Control F5 (PC) or Command Shift  R (Mac) to refresh your browser’s cache.

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Report Identification Codes

Posted on 12/7/2012 8:24:23 AM

We have added a unique identifier to every report in the system. This affects every user type (i.e., site managers, user group managers, etc.) that can run reports in your system. The purpose of this addition is to help us troubleshoot any reporting issues for you. Since report names can be customized by the client, the identifier will help us ensure that both client and support are looking at exactly the same report. If you don’t immediately see these changes, press Control F5 (PC) or Command Shift R (Mac) to refresh your browser’s cache.

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