[Xerte] Re: R: RE: EU-MeS scorm: mission terminated
Alistair.McNaught at HEAcademy.ac.uk
Mon Oct 29 09:28:28 GMT 2012
Ok, thanks for the explanation Giacomo.
If you come across other Xerte objects in your work please let me know about them because some of the teachers on the lists are always keen to see what people do with Xerte.
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Ogg: RE: [Xerte] EU-MeS scorm: mission terminated
Are the learning objects visible publicly?
Unfortunately they are not. The moodle platform also is not visible to unregistered users
Now the platform is on the Cà Foscari servers
Sorry by now I never explained the project EU-MeS project::
it started 2 years ago, I work for a social promotion association called Entropica sub-contractor for the technical part of the project. We built with Moodle a biennial specialization course for organised and held by the following universities: SOAS London,. Paris 8, Montpellier 3 Cà Foscari Venice, Universitat Barcelona.
The full course is made by 11 modules, each partner university did 2 modules and one (the "women and gender in the euro mediterranean context" module) held collectively by all partners.
Each module was composed by 10 or 11 units according to a weekly timing.
The most complexes units had video or audio contents in forms of video conferences or audio files, the others were a mere sequence of pdfs with a simple levels of interaction with students (submitting text files).
At the end of the first two years and end of the project (for us) we had to take out the contents from the platform and put them back together in a scorm package without any involvement of the teachers, for this the scorm operation was a little bit suffering of neglect.
Basically the scorm courses are only linear sequences of materials ordered as the weekly modules on the platform, anyway it was a very interesting work, for me a sort of learning by doing experience, also thanks to the help of this mailing list.
In attachment the logo of the project (that I also realised).
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