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A study of SCORM-based Sharable Content Repository Management System

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3 Author(s)
Yu-Chien Hsu ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Nat. Taipei Univ. of Educ., Taipei, Taiwan ; Yuan-Chen Liu ; Shu-Shan Chang

The purpose of this study is to develop a SCORM-based Sharable Content Repository Management System (CRMS) to manage the data, content objects and assessments of all areas in the Grade 1-9 Curriculum, with the characteristics of Reusability, Durability, Accessibility, Adaptability, Affordability and Interoperability. By using the effective SCORM-based Sharable CRMS to manage their files, teachers can reduce their workload and thus focus their efforts on substantiating content of teaching. Once teachers upload their content objects, the system would promptly produce a SCORM-based file and create a content package for use and retrieval by users. On the other hand, teachers can browse and download desired content packages through the system to assemble new content objects. Finally, the study proceeds an evaluation and discusses system satisfaction. The internal consistence of evaluation reach up to 0.902 under consistence analysis. Based on the results of this study, several suggestions are also made regarding the design of material filing system for future research references.

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Information Management and Engineering (ICIME), 2010 The 2nd IEEE International Conference on

Date of Conference:

16-18 April 2010