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Xtend release SCORM-compliant Learning Management System

US company Xtend have released Xtention, a Learning Management System (LMS) that complies with ADLNet's Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) specification.

Xtention complies with SCORM 1.2, and is available free of charge free, that is, provided you have a Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Internet Information Server available.

The free of charge "bronze" edition of the program provides web-based training; other features such as class management, calendars, record keeping, peer evaluation and others are available as individually priced modules.

The product is written in Active Server Pages (ASP), a simple server-side scripting language for developing dynamic web pages. Xtend intend to release a Java version in late spring.

For more information, visit the Xtend website.

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