Using Open Archives and Learning Objectives for Reusing CSL Contents: The SCORM- Sharable Content Object Reference Model

Using Open Archives and Learning Objectives for Reusing CSL Contents: The SCORM- Sharable Content Object Reference Model

Rogério Patrício Chagas do Nascimento (Universidade do Algarve, Portugal)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 26
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-355-5.ch009
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Abstract

In this chapter the SCORM standards as a mean of creating skills to support the conception and development of e-learning devices (contents and systems) are introduced. It is shown how the SCORM, combined with new technologies/techniques as metadata harvesting, XML family, RSS, and feedreaders, offers a potentially substantive approach to understanding the dissemination of open archives initiatives and learning objects repositories in a variety of contexts. Furthermore, understanding the underlying assumptions and theoretical constructs through the use of the SCORM Model will not only teach the researcher a better way to design and develop CSL contents, but also help in the understanding of storing, distributing, sharing, and reusing CSL contents made by themselves or by other institutions abroad.

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