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Tech Specs ofe-Learning

Presented By: Matthew M. Zappile


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Tech Specs ofe-Learning

Objectives:

Learner will be able to distinguish each of the separate categories of technical specifications for eLearning.

Learner will be able to assess the technical aspects of eLearning in order to make sound decisions on whether or not eLearning is the best way to deliver instruction


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Categories of Tech Specs

Content Management

Collaborative

Multimedia

Accessibility

Delivery

Security


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Categories of Tech Specs

Whiteboard Activity


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Content Management

Technology that helps learners, SMEs, and instructional designers develop, store, and retrieve course materials.

(LMS)

Examples:

Cold Fusion, HTML, Metadata (i.e., SCORM), PDF, Scripting (e.g.JavaScript, VBScript), XML


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SCORM

Sharable Content Object Reference Model.

Developed by the US DOD

Goal: To promote cooperation among government, corporate, and academic institutions.

It is a set of technical specifications that allow instruction to be shared in a standardized format that could be reused and moved from LMS to LMS with little to no tweaking.

Easier to update over a period of time.

(Example: Lockheed-Martin and US Air force)


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Collaborative

Technology that allows for interaction among learners and the facilitator.

Examples:

Application sharing, Audio/Video/Data conferencing,E-Mail, E-Rooms/Chat rooms (public/private), Instant Messaging, Webcasts, Whiteboards.


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Multimedia

Technology that “beefs-up” the learning experience.

Examples:

MIDI, MP3, RealAudio, SWA, WAV, Graphics/Image Maps, GIF, JPEG, Streaming/Data Compression,

Video/Animation, Animated GIF, Flash, MPEG, Quicktime


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Accessibility

Technology that allows individuals with disabilities to access the instruction.

Examples:

Braille keyboards, Captioning, Screen readers, Specialized input systems


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Delivery

Technology that brings the content of the instruction to the learner.

Examples:

CD-ROM, DVD, Internet*, Intranets/LANs,Wireless/Mobile/PDA*


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Security

Technology that safeguards tampering with course materials or tests.

Examples:

Login/Password, Firewalls, Encryption

(National Security Issues)


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Security

Technology that safeguards tampering with course materials or tests.

Examples:

Login/Password, Firewalls, Encryption

(National Security Issues)


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Resources

www.medialearningsystems.com

www.howstuffworks.com/elearning.html

www.bcinow.com



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