LatitudeLearning is excited to announce the release of our dynamic eLearning course shell on March 31, 2019. All eLearning courses now launch in a full-size window/tab, instead of the fixed dimension popup. If you have designed responsive course content, this new SCORM shell should accommodate your ideal user experience. It is compatible with all major browsers (Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer 11/Edge, Mozilla FireFox), and is mobile-friendly for learners on the go.
This enhancement bundle includes additional tools to improve course usability, with an optional system requirements checker and built-in navigation menu for multi-SCO content.
NOTE: LatitudeLearning plans to retire our legacy course shell by end of year 2019.
So you have decided to enable the Navigation Menu for your multi-SCO courses, and would like to brand it with your own company logo and color scheme. Open the LMS Information page, expand the new "Course Shell Configuration" section, and use the following fields to select from your LMS image and stylesheet libraries the files you want to override the default LatitudeLearning brand.
Note that your Custom Stylesheet selection will cascade to brand the System Checker as well, if you choose to enable that feature. There is an option to display a separate logo in the System Checker page using the "System Checker Image" field.
The same "Course Shell Configuration" section allows administrators to enable a System Checker, which defines system requirements for their eLearning content. If enabled, it's important to define the list of items that should be included in the system check, and the text that displays to users on course launch. Here is a screenshot of the default System Checker.