Standards are essential to guarantee reusability and interoperability of e-learning content. Course designers should use standards in each step of the production of a learning unit, including documentation and drafting. While UML diagrams have already been proposed in web-based e-learning modeling, the navigational (dynamic) and structural (static) aspects have been kept separated. We propose the use of a UML profile that, together with course structure, semantically expresses different possible choices in user learning path. A real world application to a University course is presented.

Integrating Navigational and Structural Information in SCORM Content Aggregation Modeling

MARATEA, Antonio;PETROSINO, Alfredo;MANZO, Mario
2012

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Standards are essential to guarantee reusability and interoperability of e-learning content. Course designers should use standards in each step of the production of a learning unit, including documentation and drafting. While UML diagrams have already been proposed in web-based e-learning modeling, the navigational (dynamic) and structural (static) aspects have been kept separated. We propose the use of a UML profile that, together with course structure, semantically expresses different possible choices in user learning path. A real world application to a University course is presented.
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