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Mobile Learning and SCORM-Case Study for Educational Contents Reuse

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    Title: Mobile Learning and SCORM-Case Study for Educational Contents Reuse
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Learning Objects
    2. Mobile Learning
    3. SCORM

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    Faculty of Computer Science of Pontifical University of Salamanca

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    There are many educational resources on the Internet. Learning objects are conceived as a way of resusing these resources. The Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a common model for learning objects that makes the reuse of educational contents among different systems. The objective of this paper was to show how it is possible to view and access from a mobile device educational content formatted as a learning object and packaged under the SCORM model. This is very useful in mobile learning (m-learning), where it is common that the materials created are very specific to a particular learning environment and unable to be reused in other platforms compared to those for which they were created. The application created for this purpose, named SCORMmobile, has been used at present in real environments by several e-learning businesses.