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Mr. Paul JesukiewiczADL Co-Lab Mrs. Judy BrownAcademic ADL Co-Lab Dr. Xiangen HuWorkforce ADL Co-Lab Maj Dave KitchenCanada ADL Partnership Lab Mrs. Jean BurmesterJoint ADL Co-Lab. Implementation Fest 2005. ADL Initiative Update. ADL Strategy.

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Implementation fest 2005

Mr. Paul JesukiewiczADL Co-Lab

Mrs. Judy BrownAcademic ADL Co-Lab

Dr. Xiangen HuWorkforce ADL Co-Lab

Maj Dave KitchenCanada ADL Partnership Lab

Mrs. Jean BurmesterJoint ADL Co-Lab

Implementation Fest 2005

ADL Initiative Update


Adl strategy

ADL Strategy

  • Work closely with industry, government, and academia to promote common, open international specifications and standards that will enable reuse and interoperability of learning content

  • Promote widespread collaboration that can satisfy common needs

  • Enhance performance with emerging learning technologies

  • Promote a coordinated implementation process with incentives for organizational and cultural change


What does adl do

What does ADL do?

  • Build consensus among users, developers and industry

  • Act as a catalyst to bring together key players

  • Forge alliances in strategic technical areas

  • Accelerate the pace of technology adoption for learning available anytime, anywhere

    • “enlightened self-interest” at work


Implementation fest 2005

ADL Technology Center

Canada Partnership Lab

UK Partnership Lab

Academic ADL Co-Lab

Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Labs

ADL Co-Laboratory

Workforce ADL Co-Lab

  • The Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative consists of a network of four ADL Co-Laboratories, each serving a distinct area of operational responsibility. The network also includes the ADL Technology Center, responsible for developing and validating ADL technologies, and Partnership Labs in Canada and the United Kingdom.

Joint ADL Co-Lab


Adl co lab alexandria va

ADL Co-Lab, Alexandria VA

Paul Jesukiewicz Director

Jennifer Brooks Deputy Director


Adl co lab

ADL Co-Lab

  • The ADL Co-Lab in Alexandria Virginia serves as the ADL Initiative's central organization for guiding, coordinating and integrating the operations of the ADL Co-Lab Network and operates under the direction of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). 


Adl co lab1

ADL Co-Lab

  • An open collaborative environment for sharing learning technology research, development, and assessments. The Co-Lab goals are to:

    • Collaborate with industry, academia, and government to develop and refine the SCORM

    • Testing, evaluating and demonstrating technical and functional capabilities of ADL content, tools and systems

    • Sharing data, information and lessons learned with government, industry and academia


Adl co lab observatory

ADL Co-Lab Observatory

  • ADL Co-Lab Observatory consists of:

    • ADL Testbed

    • Gaming Lab

    • Job Performance Technology Center


Adl co lab observatory testbed

Magnolia

Cherry

Cedar

Walnut

Peach

Aspen

Oak

VTC

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Testbed

12 LMSs

SRTE, Test Suite

Tools

Content


Adl co lab observatory testbed1

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Testbed


Adl co lab observatory testbed2

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Testbed

  • Contains SCORM tools for R&D

  • Allows us to test interoperability

    • Content may be viewed on the different LMSs

  • Gives customers the opportunity to test different systems before purchasing

  • Integrating into ADL’s Virtual Testbed that will provide access to all the tools in each of the Co-Labs


Adl co lab testbed scorm products

ADL Co-Lab Testbed – SCORM Products


Free and open source scorm tools

Free and Open Source SCORM Tools

Content

Authoring

Aggregator

SCORM S&N

SCORM CP

MD Editor

Search

LMS

Player

*Free, **Open Source


Reload editor

Reload Editor

  • History

    • Bolton Institute in the U.K.

      • Phillip Beauvoir, Lead Developer and Software Architect

    • Open Source

    • Supported SCORM 1.2 content package development


Reload editor 2004

Reload Editor 2004

  • Supports SCORM 2004 Content Packaging with Simple Sequencing

    • Import Resources

    • Apply Sequencing Rules

    • Build Organizations by Drag and Drop

    • Use LSAL Sequencing Templates (also Navy & Army)

  • Supports Application of Metadata

    • Short Form for SCORM required elements

    • Long Form with all LOM elements

    • Customizable (Extended for Medical)

  • Contains Conversion Tool

    • Convert from SCORM 1.2 to 2004

    • Comprised of ADL’s Conversion Utilities

    • Contributed by Academic Co-lab


Remediation template

Remediation Template


Sequencing editor

Sequencing Editor


Sequencing editor1

Sequencing Editor


Update on scorm 2 nd edition

Update on SCORM (2nd Edition)

1.3.2

English

French

1.3.2

1.3.2

Addendum Version 1.2

Working with IMS and IEEE on CP 1.2


Scorm help

SCORM Help

  • ADLNET.org “Ask the Experts” Help Desk (1018 tickets over last year averaging 1 ticket every 2 business hours)

  • ADLNET.org SCORM known “Issues” (204)

  • SCORM General and Technical FAQs

  • ADLNET Forums (22655 users are registered to the “Implementing the SCORM forum”)

  • SCORM 3rd Party Tools

  • SCORM Certified Products and Adopters

  • SCORM Workshops

  • ADL “Fests” – Plugfests, Implementationfest, Performancefest


Scorm downloads adlnet org

SCORM Downloads (adlnet.org)

  • 06/02/2005 Cross-Domain Scripting Document Version 2.0

  • 07/22/2004 Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004 2nd Edition

  • 07/22/2004 SCORM 2004 Photoshop Examples Version 1.1

  • 12/02/2004 SCORM Version 1.2 to SCORM 2004 (Metadata, Manifest, Conversion API Wrapper, Generic Run-Time Wrapper) XSLT Version 1.1

  • 12/21/2004 SCORM 2004 Data Model Content Example Version 1.0

  • 01/11/2005 SCORM 2004 2nd Edition Overview (French)

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 Plug-In Technologies Example (PITE) Version 1.0

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 Conformance Test Suite Version 1.3.3 (Self Test)

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 Sample Run-Time Environment Version 1.3.3

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 Conformance Test Suite Version 1.3.3 (LMS Test Packages)

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 Conformance Requirements Version 1.3

  • 05/11/2005 SCORM 2004 2nd Edition Addendum Version 1.2


Implementation fest 2005

Certified Products (107 total)

  • SCORM 1.2

    • LMS: 57

    • Content: 35

  • SCORM 2004

    • LMS: 9

    • Content: 6

www.ADLNet.org


Adopters 178 products

Adopters (178 products)

  • SCORM 1.2

    • 154 Adopters

  • SCORM 2004

    • 24 Adopters

www.ADLNet.org


Advancing adl through global collaboration

Advancing ADL through Global Collaboration

  • An international forum on the future of ADL technologies

  • Hosted by the Australian Department of Education Science and Training (DEST) and the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL)

  • The primary purpose of the three-day international forum is to consider strategic directions for the internationalization of SCORM (to include SCORM stewardship), CORDRA and relationships with the S1000D performance support community.

  • The forum will also address opportunities for integrating emerging ADL technologies such as gaming, simulation and intelligent tutoring into learning, training and performance support environments.


Adl model for standards evolution

ADL Model for Standards Evolution

CEN/ISSS


International plugfest ii

International Plugfest II

  • International Plugfest II will be held January 16-19, 2006 in Taipei, Taiwan on the campus of Tamkang University. 

  • The 2006 International Conference on SCORM, in conjunction with International Plugfest II, is co-sponsored by the ADL Initiative, Tamkang University, Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan, National Science and Technology Program for e-Learning, Taiwan, and endorsed by the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology and will take place January 17-19, 2006 at Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan.


2006 international conference on scorm areas of focus for papers

Content Authoring and Converting

Automatic Generation of Metadata

Visualization of Content Aggregation and Sequencing

Metrics of Learning Objects and Content Aggregations

Game Technology for Distance Learning

Modeling and Simulation in Distance Learning

Question, Test, and Performance Assessment

Intelligent Tutoring Based on Sequencing and Navigation

Automatic Testing of Sequencing and Navigation

Practical Usage and Examples of Sequencing and Navigation

Experimental Design for Adaptive Learning

Infrastructure and Design of Repository

Discovery and Registration of Repository

Searching and Reusing of Learning Objects

Open Architecture for LMSs

Mobile Technology for Distance Learning

Collaborative Learning Systems

2006 International Conference on SCORMAreas of focus for Papers

Papers due September 10th


Phases of scorm evolution

Phases Of SCORM Evolution

  • Expanded Scope: Integration

  • With Other Architectures

  • Simulation

  • Performance Support

  • Mobile Systems

  • Intelligent Tutoring

  • Knowledge Based Systems

  • Others…

  • SCORM “1.X”

  • Stable – Complete at “2004”

  • Maintain

  • Extend

  • New Architecture R&D

  • CORDRA

  • Web Services

  • Semantic Web

  • DAML+OIL

  • New Knowledge Representation Approaches

  • Determine “Next Generation” Platforms

Today


Adl strategic framework for games

Provide access to the highest quality education and training, tailored to individual needs, delivered cost effectively, anywhere and anytime.

ADL – Strategic Framework for Games

Web-based

Learning

Home

Field

Job

Perf

Distributed

Simulation

What’s Next?

Practical exercises and laboratories for learning

School

In

Transit

How to get it?

Embedded

Training

Digital

Games

Office

Fusion of multiple learning environments to enable performance


Games for distributed learning goal

Games for Distributed Learning Goal

  • The goal of the ADL Initiative is to:

    • Promote integration of digital games into the workflow of distributed learning and

    • Reduction of barriers to effective implementation in support of learning and performance enhancement.


What are we talking about an inclusive view of a game for learning

What are we talking about?An Inclusive View of a Game for Learning

A Complex System Composed of three layers and a wrapper

Each of the components can be viewed separately, although they must work well together to create a good game for learning.


What are we talking about an inclusive view of a game for learning1

Design

How Simulation and Narrative Support Activities to Enable Learning

Activities

Learning Objectives, Rules, Variable Outcome

Narrative

Context, Relevance, Cues

Simulation

Representation of the Learning Space

What are we talking about?An Inclusive View of a Game for Learning

A Complex System Composed of three layers and a wrapper


Adl co lab observatory gaming lab

11

1

9

7

5

3

10

8

6

4

12

2

Key

Phone/data jack

Power outlets

PC

Polycomm

Plasma screen

Smart board

Window

White board

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Gaming Lab


Adl co lab observatory gaming lab1

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Gaming Lab


Adl co lab gaming hardware

ADL Co-Lab Gaming Hardware

  • 2 Area-51M Alieanware laptops with 17” LCD…3.6 ghz with 2 gig’s ram

  • Voodoo Doll min box

  • Voodoo Rage Tower

  • 5 Alieanware Aurora Systems

  • Falcon Northwest Tac-T01

  • Falcon Northwest Fragbox

  • Dell XPS Tower

  • 3 Xbox consoles


Adl co lab gaming cots software

AIR FORCE DELTA STORM

BATTLEFIELD 1942

BATTLEFIELD 2

BROTHERS IN ARMS THE ROAD TO HILL 30

COMMAND AND CONQUER DELUXE

DECISIVE ACTION

GHOST RECON 2

HALF LIFE 2 WITH COUNTER STRIKE

HALO 2

HARPOON 2

LINEAGE 2

MEDAL OF HONOR

MEMORY UNIT

MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR 2004

ROME: TOTAL WAR

SILENT HUNTER 3

SIMCITY 4 DELUXE

SOLDIER OF FORTUNE II

STEEL BEASTS

TACH-OPS BUNDLE

THE SIMS 2

TOM CLANCY'S RAINBOW 6 BLACK ARROW

UNREAL TOURNAMENT 2004

WORLD OF WARCRAFT

ADL Co-Lab Gaming COTS Software


Adl co lab gaming gots software

ADL Co-Lab Gaming GOTS Software

  • Full Spectrum Warrior

  • Full Spectrum Command

  • America’s Army

  • DAWARS Ambush

  • VWorldTerrain

  • IOBC Rapid Decision Trainer

  • Joint Forces Employment

  • TacOpsCav

  • Close Combat Marines


Ngb classroom and ambush

NGB Classroom and Ambush


Adl co lab observatory smart room

ADL Co-Lab Observatory, Smart Room

  • TFADLAT

  • T2 JIPT

  • ADL TWG

  • Game Tech Showcase

  • Product Demos

  • SCORM Workshops

  • CORDRA meetings

  • Host ADL partners


Adl job performance technology center

ADL Job Performance Technology Center

Tim Tate

Director


Implementation fest 2005

ADL Job Performance Technology Center

  • The mission of the JPTC is to advance research and development in, and the implementation of, job performance technologies across the Department of Defense.

  • The current goal known as the JPTC Bridging Initiative is to establish a technical bridge between online learning content and technical data.

  • Twice a year the JPTC brings these 2 standard worlds together. The JPTC hosts in conjunction with Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe, Performancefest Clearwater in the Spring and International Performancefest in the Fall.


Jptc mobile device hardware

JPTC Mobile Device Hardware


Joint adl repository platform jarp

Joint ADL Repository Platform (JARP)

  • MOA between the ADL (ATSC/LSAL prototype and JPTC S1000D) and JKDDC

  • Background:

    • Each project requires a content repository instance

    • Each project requires registry of content within the repository in the ADL Registry (ADL-R) to make content “visible” in the ADL-R, and/or to further test the ADL-R’s capabilities

    • Each project advances the goals of the OSD-P&R, Training Transformation, and the JKDDC to enable effective search, discovery, identification, resolution and retrieval of digital content in support of learning, readiness, and performance within DoD.


Joint adl repository platform jarp1

Joint ADL Repository Platform (JARP)

  • Creates and supports a system capable of providing repository services for JKDDC operational use and ADL testbeds for the Identifiers and Registries for Advance Distributed Learning prototype and S1000D Cross-cutting study. This is referred to as the Joint ADL Repository Platform (JARP).

  • JKDDC’s goal is to quickly establish an operational repository for content the JKDDC is developing, and begin registering that content in the ADL Registry by the end of August 2005.

  • ADL’s goal is to establish a testbed for running multiple tests using content repositories and registration in the ADL-R, to include the Identifiers and Registries for the ADL Learning prototype and the Job Performance Technology Center (JPTC) S1000D cross-cutting study.


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