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Title: Course E-Generation using Atomic Learning Object
Authors: Salah Hammami
Ameur Touir
Hassan Mathkour
Keywords: course e-generation, atomic learning object, e-content structuring, content management.
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: International Journal of Instructional Technology & Distance Learning
Abstract: E-learning technology is driven by several factors. Among these factors is the principle of sharing and reusing existing teaching materials. This is in addition to the possibility to personalize courses according to several criteria such as the preferences, capabilities and students’ needs. In this paper, we analyze the existing standards and technologies related to the subjects. We aim at providing an original technique for a modular architecture of an e-learning system which allows designing and implementing an e-generation course. The e-generation course maintains a consistent view on the entire authoring process, and provides automation of courses based on an existing atomic learning object in a course repository. The process of e-content structure is objectives-based. To create a course the author has to be aware in each step of the course generation of the objective and the relevant information for the learner.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15242
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