Developing SCORM-based Courses for Avicenna Virtual Campus

Abstract : Avicenna Virtual Campus (AVC) is UNESCO-led, multi-cultural EUMEDIS pilot project. It involves partners from sixteen Euro-Mediterranean states. Each partner contributes through a node called Avicenna Knowledge Centre (AKC), which produces e-courses and e-learning objects. For seek of interoperability, partners setup a pedagogical standard to guide the production process of learning objects. Further more, researchers adopted and recommended SCORM as a standard model for structuring learning objects of AVC. At the end, the paper introduces some lessons that have been learned while developing e-courses of the AVC.
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Ezz Hattab, Mohammed Otair, Abdallah Al-Zoubi. Developing SCORM-based Courses for Avicenna Virtual Campus. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 11 p. ⟨hal-00257125⟩

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