SCORM 1.2 Overview

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					SCORM 1.2 Overview
Speaker : Chu, Yen-Pin
Chairman of Department of MIS Professor of department MIS and CS National Chung Hsing University

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The value of tailored Instruction(1/2)
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Expert System (ES)

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The value of tailored Instruction(2/2)
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Intelligent Tutoring System

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Distance Learning vs. Advanced Distributed Learning
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Distance learning emphasizes on synchronous
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Video teletraining, video teleconferencing
Computer-Based Instruction Interactive Multimedia Instruction Intelligent Tutoring Systems Network Training Simulation Web-Based training

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ADL emphasizes on asynchronous
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The Need for Reference Model
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Describe an approach to developing instructional material in sufficient detail Not to replace the design of instruction system

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Reference Model Criteria
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Durable
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Do not require modifications as system change
Easy to be found Operate across variety hardware and software Can be modified and used by different tool
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Accessible
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Interoperable
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Reusable
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Impact of the Internet and WWW
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From CD-ROM to internet Second-generation web-based authoring system separates content and design

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SCORM High-Level Requirements
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Accessibility
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Ability to locate and access remote resources
Ability to interoperate resources on platforms Backward compatibility The flexibility to incorporate resources
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Interoperability
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Durability
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Reusability
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What is LMS

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Learner tracking: CBT vs. WBT
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To achieve adaptive learning by tracking learners’ profiles Creating trackable Sharable Content Object (SCO), Run-Time Environment (RTE) must support

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References (1/2)

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Reference (2/2)

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Candidates for the SCORM 2.0
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Design new run-time and course data model architectures Incorporating simulation objects Incorporating electronic performance support objects Implementing SCORM-based intelligent tutoring capabilities Designing a new content model Incorporating game technologies

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