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Content Packager for IMS for Dreamweaver 8

By Adobe Systems Inc October 16, 2005
48,953 Downloads

Rating = 330 votes


The Content Packager for IMS enables you to take e-learning content, which you develop in Dreamweaver, and produce ready-to-deploy course packages that can be delivered over WebCT Campus Edition 4.0, WebCT Vista 2.1 and other standards-compliant LMS or learning delivery system products.<br> <br> You use the Content Packager for IMS to:<br> <br> + Organize new content built from scratch or convert existing content to course packages + Organize course content into modules and containers + Automatically generate or update the imsmanifest.xml file + Preview the course so you can see what it will look like when delivered to learners + Package the content as a ready-to-deploy course package

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UI Access:
To access Content Packager for IMS(tm) for Dreamweaver, open Dreamweaver and select Content Packager for IMS from the Commands menu.

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License: Freeware
Cost: Free
OS: Win
File format: MXP | 1.2 MB

Additional extension information

Author: Adobe Systems Inc
Author website: Not available
Date published: October 16, 2005
Approval: Adobe
Browsers: Internet Explorer ALL
Required product(s): Dreamweaver 8
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver 8
Server environment: Other

Reviews

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Steve-LancasterUni 14-Nov-07 Rating = 2

Great in theory - BUT...

This is now out of date using a deprecated version of IMS so you need to then import into ReLOAD to update. The help files don't work in Firefox, and worst of all.. the preview function doesn't work.

Hopefully this will be updated and corrected as it's now over 2 years old?

jenscbc 21-Jun-07 Rating = 5

Excellent extension for SCORM packaging. I use it a lot in combination with ATutor LCMS - smooth deployment of my content :-).
I really hope it wil work in Dreamweaver CS 3 too?

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