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SCORM and IMS Common Cartridge Standards in Sakai

Description

As more and more diverse ways of using Sakai emerge, one need that clearly popped up is the fact that Sakai has a hard time dealing with standards. This BOF is a way for people involved with SCORM players to share practices and develop a strategy.

Lead

Mathieu Plourde, University of Delaware

Day, Time, Location

Wednesday, 2:10 to 3:00 p.m., BOF room 1 (TBD) (NEW TIME)

Track

Multiple Audiences

Attendees' List

  • Mathieu Plourde(mathieu@udel.edu)
  • Mark J. Norton(markjnorton@earthlink.net)
  • Kirk Alexander (kdalex@ucdavis.edu)
  • Robert Gérin-Lajoie (robert.gerin-lajoie@umontreal.ca)
  • Rich Pirozzi (rpirozzi@wiley.com)
  • Jeff Kahn (jeffkahn@verbenaconsulting.com)
  • Chris Davia (chrisdavia@us.ibm.com)
  • Charles Severance (csev@umich.edu)
  • Adam Hauerwas (hauerwas@providence.edu)
  • Terry O'Heron (tno1@psu.edu)
  • Jason Hollins (jason.hollins@pearson.com)
  • Margaret Ricci (mricci@indiana.edu)
  • SRI (question) (ahs@us.ibm.com)
  • Drew Podwal (will be in NY can I attend remotely? - No, sorry, will keep you in the loop)

1. Current SCORM/IMS CC Engines and Initiatives

  • UC Davis
  • CRIM
  • IBM
  • EDIA
  • Icodeon (rSmart)
  • Rustici

2. Current Sakai Tools That Can/Should Integrate With Those Engines

  • Gradebook
  • Samigo
  • Mneme
  • Assignments
  • Melete
  • Post'Em

3. Third Party Tools

  • SoftChalk LessonBuilder integration with Sakai - Mark Norton

4. Ideal Workflows and Connections

  • Add a grade to the Gradebook
  • Keep a log of the SCORM data (user tracking)
  • Respect sequencing
  • Trigger conditional release with all tools
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5. Use Cases

  • List your use cases here.

6. Other Links and Resources

7. Some Notes

  • Icodeon's business model is to accept all different version of SCORM objects, as imperfect as they might be.
  • IMS Common Cartridge is a standard that includes SCORM. A platform that supports IMS CC would still need a SCORM engine to run SCORM objects.
  • IMS and ADL don't always play nice with one another.
  • Angel is the perfect IMS model LMS.
  • UC Davis is interested in making the SCORM Player better but has its hands full with the new Gradebook right now.
  • rSmart has developed the Icodeon connector for Sakai.
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