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SCORM and the Learning Grid

Abstract : The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a profile of several elearning specification to ensure the reusability and interoperability of elearning content in web based Learning Management Systems (LMSs). Learning grids - learning environments built on the technology of grid services - are a promising new approach to enhance quality of elearning by overcoming the page oriented structure of the web. This paper investigates how SCORM can be used in conjunction with learning grids. After an introduction to the relevant aspects of SCORM two major scenarios are discussed: the use of grid enhanced content in a SCORM compliant LMS and the use of SCORM content in the context of a learning grid.
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Fred Neumann, Rüdiger Geys. SCORM and the Learning Grid. 4th International LEGE-WG Workshop Towards a European Learning Grid Infrastructure Progressing with a European Learning Grid, Stuttgart, Germany, April 27-28, 2004, 2004, Stuttgart, Germany. pp.7. ⟨hal-00190479⟩



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