An introduction and overview of reusable learning objects and SCORM, considering granularity, xml, repositories, and logistics.
1.RLOs & SCORMHandling and packaging the components ofeLearningMichael M. Grant 2013Image from http://mrg.bz/FM39LA
2. Theoretical Instructional Technical 3. Learning ObjectsLearning objects are Learning object is any digital resourceany entity, digital orthat can be reused tonon-digital, which can support learning.be used, re-used orreferenced during(Wiley, 2002)technology supportedlearning.(IEEE, 2002) 4. Image from http://cjlt.csj.ualberta.ca/index.php/cjlt/article/viewFile/141/134/947 5. MetadataDescriptive dataabout a (digital)resource.Image from jasonpearce at Flickr.com 6. MetadataDescriptive data about a(digital) resource. Image from broken_thoughts at Flickr.com 7. ReusabilityUse after creation by multiple developers in various instructional contexts.(Polsani, 2003) Image from detritus at Flickr.com 8. GranularityHow big should a learning object be? Images from IRRI Images at Flickr.com 9. GranularityHow big should a learning object be? Images from IRRI Images at Flickr.com 10. GranularityHow big should a learning object be? Images from IRRI Images at Flickr.com 11. Wiley advocates for themolecule metaphorover the Legos model.Image from Andy.Schultzat Flickr.com 12. Theory neutralBy using the Legos model, we assume that RLOsare theory neutral, or pedagogically independent.We know this not to be true. Image from EJP Photo Flickr.com 13. SCORMSharable Content Object Reference ModelImage from http://blog.scorm.fr/wp-content/uploads/2008/01/2004_2nd_lms.jpg 14. Qualities ofSCORM:The -abilitiesInteroperabilityAccessibilityReusabilityDurabilityMaintainabilityAdaptability(Affordability) 15. SCORM is based in XMLUses tags to describe the SCO (RLO).Structure: