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Introduction to SCORM and integration between LMS and learning content

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    • Introduction to SCORM January 2009
    • SCORM
      • What is SCORM?
        • "SCORM" stands for "Sharable Content Object Reference Model
        • Standard to enable learning content (courses / tests / assessments etc) to be reused within different systems
        • Created by US Department of Defence and White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
    • SCORM
      • The “illities” – a starting point for SCORM
        • Accessibility : The ability to locate and access instructional components from one remote location and deliver them to many other locations.
        • Adaptability : The ability to tailor instruction to individual and organizational needs.
        • Affordability : The ability to increase efficiency and productivity by reducing the time and costs involved in delivering instruction.
    • SCORM
      • The “illities” – a starting point for SCORM
        • Durability : The ability to withstand technology evolution and changes without costly redesign, reconfiguration or recoding.
        • Interoperability : The ability to take instructional components developed in one location with one set of tools or platform and use them in another location with a different set of tools or platform.
        • Reusability : The flexibility to incorporate instructional components in multiple applications and contexts.
    • SCORM
      • LMS
        • A catchall term to describe an application which can deliver, track, report on and manage learning content
        • Many different LMS’s with different functionality
        • LMS determines what to deliver and when
    • SCORM
      • How does it work?
        • Create TTF test as a “learning object”
        • Import into LMS
        • Take test
        • Complete loop – results to TTF and LMS
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    • SCORM
      • What does it look like?
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    • Questions?
      • David Copple
      • [email_address]
      • (+44) 0191 305 5212