Web-based course design on the basis of eduWeaver and advancements

Abstract : EduWeaver is a courseware tool that should enable instructors to create digital learning objects, which are conform to didactical standards, and to eventually combine them to a whole course. The course structure of course models, which were designed in eduWeaver, is hierarchically classified into four different layers. Via the export functionality in eduWeaver that relies on current standards, the course can be used in diverse learning management systems or within another environment as e.g. HTML Pages. Thus, courses can be exported in various formats, which have been upgraded by implementing current standards, such as SCORM 2004. In order to increase the attractiveness of eduWeaver for current as well as for future users, the tool has to be subject to an evolution-based development in the area of user interactions.
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Dimitris Karagiannis, Martin Nemetz, Sabrina Fochler. Web-based course design on the basis of eduWeaver and advancements. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 6 p. ⟨hal-00197253⟩

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