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Spotlight on Featured E-Learning Instructor: Karl Wiegers

Post by Matt

One of the Featured E-Learning Instructors for the month of October is Karl Wiegers, Principal Consultant with Process Impact and a specialist in Software Requirements. Karl has strong backgrounds in requirements engineering, software peer reviews, software process improvement, project management, risk management, and software metrics.

As one would expect from a person who has a background in so many areas of the field, Karl as written more than 170 articles on software development (including many on chemistry and military history). In the past he worked at the Eastman Kodak Company where he held positions as a photographic research scientist, software developer, software manager, and software process and quality improvement leader. Continue reading

Spotlight on Featured E-Learning Instructor: Rex Black

Post by Matt

 The second September  Featured E-Learning Instructor is Rex Black, President of Rex Black Consulting Services, Inc. (RBCS) and testing process wizard. 

Rex Black has had clients such as Commonwealth Bank, CA, Sony, and HP.  He is the current president of the International Software Testing Qualifications Board and the immediate past president of the American Software Testing Qualifications Board. Continue reading

Spotlight on Featured E-Learning Instructor: Gary Gack

Post by Matt

As we are drawing on the close of August, I wanted to make sure Gary Gack, our second featured E-Learning Instructor was discussed before we chose our next set.

First, allow me to give some background on Gary. 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