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Reading SCORM compliant multimedia courses using heterogeneous pervasive devices

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Reading SCORM compliant multimedia courses using heterogeneous pervasive devices
The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) provides some important representation for distance learning content and the learning behavior. In general, SCORM-Compliant learning content can be viewed via the Web browsers. In this paper, we built an environment which allows people to read SCORM-Compliant course materials on hardcopy papers with a pen-like OCR device. A computer, a PDA, or a cellular phone can be used in conjunction with the pen device for multimedia presentations. Our project is called the Hard SCORM. Consequently, users can read textbooks in a traditional manner while behavior of reading is incorporated with the SCORM specification. Categories and Subject Descriptors K.3.1 [Computer Uses in Education]: Distance learning General Terms Algorithms, Experiment, Design, Human Factors Keywords SCORM, Web Service, Distance Learning, Mobile Devices, SOAP
Te-Hua Wang, Hsuan-Pu Chang, Yun-Long Sie, Kun-Han
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where MM
Authors Te-Hua Wang, Hsuan-Pu Chang, Yun-Long Sie, Kun-Han Chan, Mon-Ting Tzou, Timothy K. Shih
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