We’ll see if this becomes a sticky meme, but it might be helpful to put a timestamp on some of the things I’m reading or tweeting about that other people are doing. I have to say that Brian Dusablon (@briandusablon) is often an influencer for me (he rightfully suggested I touch up my sidebar here), […]
Harold’s thesis, to me, at its core is one of how to manage the knowledge. He’s throwing it all in the same sink, which is fine at a high level, but when you get down to it there are deeper dives… I posit that the deeper dives are where we find bigger, fundamental challenges.
I received a [Google Alert](http://www.google.com/alerts/) this morning from [Al Moser’s blog](http://elearningslam.blogspot.com/2008/01/thinking-about-scorm.html) where he basically states it’s time to blast our thoughts of reusability, in terms of reusing content objects into other contexts, and instead focus on reuse of content across learning environments. I urge you to read the original post, but let me riff on […]
I’m at the SCORM Technical Working Group meeting and the first exciting thing I’ve heard so far has come from Valerie Smothers with MedBiquitous, talking about Virtual Patients — a model for reusable case studies to be exchanged for medical simulations around the world.Ã‚ Each Virtual Patient has metadata describing their patient data, media resoures, […]
LomPad is a Metadata generator for Windows, Mac and Linux that will simply generate all the metadata you need, either to the IEEE standard LOM (Learning Object Model) profile or, specifically for many of us, the SCORM 2004 profile. It’s pretty straight up and easy to use so far. I’m looking forward to putting it […]