Understanding Common eLearning Standards

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Posted by Tom King

I’ve prepared a video podcast which is your introduction to key interoperability standards for elearning. It also serves as my introduction to video podcasts. Your feedback on both the content and the style will be put to use as I continue the series—so please post comments or send email.

The video for Part 1 provides a quick overview of the need for interoperability standards, the names of the keys standards, and the types of interoperability they support. Part 1 addresses AICC, ADL SCORM, IEEE LTSC and IMS specifications at a high level. It introduces the concepts of run-time communication, content packaging, and meta-data.

I hope you find it a good refresher if you are already somewhat knowledgeable about these standards, and an excellent introduction if you are new to most of this.

2 Responses to “Understanding Common eLearning Standards”

  1. Great post. Can’t wait for more. We’ve been struggling a bit with the connection between instructional designers and the technology platforms delivering what they design.

  2. Good refresher. Enjoyed the Youtube.

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