CE  Vol.6 No.11 , June 2015
Providing an Extension of the SCORM Standard to Support the Educational Contents Project for t-Learning
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, the Interactive Digital Television (iDTV) has promoted and increased the communication and interaction for knowledge, entertainment and recreation in Distance Education. The t-Learning has been used as a new way of teaching and learning in the context of Learning Objects (LOs) assisting in electronic courses’ development. With the fast e-Learning progress, some efforts to standardization have appeared enabling the educational contents’ reusability and interoperability among systems. The most used standard is the Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). Therefore, this work is presenting the T-SCORM extension, which is aiming to adapt to the SCORM, thus improving the search and navigation of LOs with educational content for t-Learning. That will be done through an authoring tool named T-SCORM ADAPTER, and the final results will be showed in the application named T-SCORM-Moodle.

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da Silva, F. , Neto, F. , Burlamaqui, A. , Demoly, K. and Pinto, J. (2015) Providing an Extension of the SCORM Standard to Support the Educational Contents Project for t-Learning. Creative Education, 6, 1201-1223. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.611118.
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