Many institutions are running Learning Management Systems (LMS), otherwise known as Virtual Learning Environments (VLE). Most of these follow a standard called SCORM, meaning that content published independently can be integrated into the LMS/VLE.
The huge advantages of this are that all learner information is held in one place, all progress reporting is standardised, yet institutions can use content from many publishers or sources.
Clarity programs are SCORM 1.2 compliant and SCORM 2004 compliant, so by using your LMS course builder modules you can add a link from your course direct to any particular section of the program.
You can download a sample content (a unit from Tense Buster) in the form of a SCORM learning object. You can import this into your LMS, and it will connect to the software and content running on our server. Your LMS will pass information to it and it will report back to the LMS.
Do let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org
) if you have any trouble doing this.