eASiA 2006: NSTDA-NOLP

  • NSTDA-NOLP tutorial on SCORM and its application
    26 APRIL 2006

    The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a suite of technical standards that enable web-based learning systems to find, import, share, reuse, and export learning content in a standardized way. SCORM is written primarily for vendors and toolmakers who build Learning Management Systems and learning content authoring tools so they know what they need to do to their products to conform with SCORM technically.

    The SCORM standard is focused on enabling the plug-and-play interoperability, accessibility, and reusability of Web-based learning content. Based on accepted technology standards, including XML and JavaScript, SCORM is fast becoming the defacto e-learning technology standard widely embraced and supported today by world-leading corporations, universities, system providers, and content vendors.

    Surasit Vannakrairojn, Director, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)- Online Learning Project (NOLP) of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand will conduct a Tutorial session on SCORM 2004-the e-Learning standard. The tutorial will cover the following:

    • The meaning of STANDARD
    • Why e-Learning Standard ?
    • What is SCORM ?
    • Benefit of SCORM
    • SCORM 2004 Organization
    • Content Aggregation Model
    • Content Packaging
    • Meta-data
    • Runtime Environment
    • Sequencing and Navigation
    • SCORM Conformance

 

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