Category Archives: CAI-U

The Benefits of Online Training

Post by Matt

I have the good fortune of living below two bibliophiles. Besides the fact that their idea of a Saturday Night involves strong, loose leaf tea and reading, my own library has grown twofold.

While I appreciate the feel of the paper on my fingers and the smell of the ink as much as any other reader, I can’t help but spend a few minutes with each bookstore visit to inquire after e-book readers.

This drives my upstairs neighbors crazy. Like – spill a teacup crazy. Continue reading

My Response to Loving the Wiki, or My Love-Hate Relationsip with the Wiki

Post by Katrina

I do, around my kids’ activities and other things, occasionally read what my co-workers write. I especially found Matt’s article How I learned to stop worrying and love the  Wiki : (http://caiuniversity.com/2010/06/24/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-wiki/) interesting. You see, I have been wiki resistant for some time. I see several problems with them which I will discuss here; but as a wise man once said, “Never come to me with a problem unless you have a solution,” so I will try to proffer the associated solution. Continue reading

CAI-U Course Delivery

Post by Katrina

After all the hoopla about CAI-U and her courses, you may be wondering how these courses are delivered 24/7 in an asynchronous manner (you don’t have to logon at the same time as other students).

It all starts with our interface. We use Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. In addition, it uses SharePoint Learning Kit (SLK), which is a SCORM 2004-conformant e-learning delivery and tracking application built as a SharePoint v3 solution. It supports SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, and Class Server content, allowing users to store and manage this content in SharePoint document libraries. Continue reading

Why CAI-U?

Post by Katrina

There are a plethora of online training organizations and universities. So why should you be interested in CAI-U? What sets us apart?

Our experts are world-renowned: Many of the online universities claim that they have professors who are currently working in the field. The difference with CAI-U is not only are our experts working in the field, but they are world-renowned, known world over for their work and thought leadership. Continue reading