It seems that using Interactions domain elements I should be able to generate xhtml (WebHelp) that allows a user to click on a set of possible answers to quiz questions that should provide instant feedback. Instead, whether in PDF (where it obviously should not work) or in WebHelp (where it theoretically should), the questions and accompanying feedback elements simply display with no interactivity. What is a good resource for details on how to set up these sorts of interactions?
Also, some learning and training elements do not display at all in WebHelp (the lcTime sub-element for Duration in learning content overview topics, for example).
I guess my primary question would be, where in oXygen or the DITA-OT are characteristics of these learning specialization topics/elements controlled and where can I learn more about how to implement them?
I am at the same point as Gary was 2 1/2 years ago. It seems to me, that nothing has changed. I'm trying to figure out, whether DITA/SCORM may be a valid technical basis for our E-learning plans. I searched for "SCORM" in this forum. The last post is older than 3 years. So it seams to me that no Oxygen users seem to write content for E-learning systems. Does anybody know if the DITA Learning and Training Content Specialization SC is still alive? Did anybody found an alternative solution for (re)using DITA content in an E-learning CMS?
So, does this means that anyone should avoid to use learning contents because it is not really implemented in the OT ?
Are there effort, working group actually on the subject ?
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