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SCORM specifications for an emerging world: The linguistic diversity at work

Abstract : The world wide spreading of e Learning models, techniques and solutions is imposing new challenges to emerging countries in order to face the digital divide by subscribing to this inevitable global educational process. Many projects, collaborations and initiatives are striving to find out the appropriate solutions to reduce and bridge the e gaps in education through standards definition and implementation. Among the major initiatives that the Agency of French speaking Universities (AUF) has undertaken in this respect, is the assistance forwarded to its French speaking partners to produce standardized educational resources on basis of their own linguistic and cultural specifications. This paper illustrates the procedures, outcomes and perspectives of such an initiative with regards to AUF experience with SCORM specifications as a leading model in the realm of international e Learning standards.
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Contributor : Mokhtar Ben Henda Connect in order to contact the contributor
Submitted on : Wednesday, October 31, 2007 - 2:02:12 PM
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Mokhtar Ben Henda. SCORM specifications for an emerging world: The linguistic diversity at work. eLearning papers, 2008. ⟨sic_00184581⟩



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