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Title: An evaluation of e-learning standards
Authors: Jayal, A
Shepperd, M J
Keywords: elearning
learning objects
Publication Date: 2007
Citation: 5th International Conference on E-Governance, Hyderabad, India, Dec 28-30, 2007
Abstract: The aim of this investigation is to perform an independent study of the various emerging elearning standards. This paper presents a summary of these standards in order to make them more accessible and understandable, and provide preliminary evidence as to their utility and adoption by the various UK higher and further education institutions. Recently there have been efforts to define standards for the elearning contents and elearning components like the IEEELOM, UKLOM, IMS, SCORM and OKI. Since it was not possible to cover all the standards in detail within the time available, so our independent study focuses on eight standards Although the results of the preliminary study suggest that the eight standards considered in the study may help interoperability, accessibility and reusability of the elearning content and elearning components, but it is yet to be seen how many of these are actually followed at UK higher education institutions.
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Software Engineering (B-SERC)
Dept of Computer Science Research Papers

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