"De kennisbasis van de overige vakken voor het PO staat online. Zo ook de generieke kennisbasis waar ik samen met collega’s van andere Pabo’s aan heb gewerkt. Ik heb hierbij vooral gekeken naar de inbreng van ICT. Uitgangspunt hierbij waren de documenten die ik de loop van de tijd heb geschreven en op mijn blog heb gepubliceerd. Ik ben erg benieuwd naar de reacties van collega’s op het model dat we als generieke kennisbasis hebben ontwikkeld en de manier waarop ICT hierin is opgenomen."
This version of the content examples includes resolutions to issues identified in the previous SCORM 2004 3rd edition releases, the addition of 4th Edition content, and updates to previous content to align it with 4th edition. The content examples offer value in that they are functional examples of various SCORM 2004 4th Edition implementation strategies in addition to offering sound instruction on SCORM 2004 4th edition content development. The following ADL SCORM 2004 4th Edition Content Examples have been upgraded:
SCORM Introduction -- The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) integrates a set of related technical standards, specifications, and guidelines designed to meet SCORM’s high-level requirements—accessible, interoperable, durable, and reusable content and systems. SCORM content can be delivered to your learners via any SCORM-compliant Learning Management System (LMS) using the same version of SCORM.
January 2011 -The following chart is a lists the current implementation and conformance status of Common Cartridge v1.0, Common Cartridge v1.1 and Basic LTI. Requests for specific information should be directed to the individual organizations. Please note that only IMS Members, Affiliates and CC/LTI Alliance participants are eligible to apply for conformance. If your organization would like to be included, please contact us.
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Well, it was an interesting week in the USA. One in which President Obama pledged in an editorial in the Wall Street Journal to put in place a new directive that a government-wide review of the rules already on the books to "remove outdated regulations that stifle job creation and make our economy less competitive." And then just a little later in the week the announcement from the Department of Labor and Department of Education of a potentially groundbreaking program for Community Colleges and Open Educational Resources (OER) - TAACCCT - that contains within it a clear violation of the President's new mandate - namely that something called SCORM - a government controlled and regulated standard that is about ten years behind the industry - be the required format for content developed in the program.