Wednesday, June 26
10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Salon C

Generating Learning Objects based on OBAA Metadata and SCORM Packing Standards

Poster/Demo ID: 39985
  1. aaa
    JĂșlia Marques Carvalho da Silva
    Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  2. Lucas Ferrari da Costa
    Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  3. Maximiliano Reidel
    Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  4. Vinicius de Carli
    Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  5. Wiliam Schio Scherer
    Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Abstract: Learning Objects (LO) may be considered as any digital or non-digital content used in educational context, and should be described by a metadata file. Both, learning object package and metadata file must be under a standard, otherwise can be launched by a computational system, like a repository or a learning management system (LMS). SCORM is a well-known standard for packing learning object, which is accept by most LMSs and is packed by many LO authoring tools. OBAA is a new metadata standard, which extends IEEE LOM and includes new elements to describe technological (multi-agent, ontology, segmentation) and educational (accessibility) features. At this moment, there is no a unique computational tool to describe in OBAA and to pack in SCORM. This paper presents a web tool that implements those features. To generate LO, user may inform a unique file (text, image, video) and may describe how to use and with whom.

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