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Journal Issue
Volume 4 Issue 2 / Jan 2006  pp111‑148

Editor: Shirley Williams

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e‑Learning System Overview based on Semantic Web  pp111‑118

Yas A. Alsultanny

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Establishing Effective e‑Learning Communities within the Teaching Profession: Comparing Two Projects to Discover the Necessary Ingredients.  pp119‑126

Ros Evansand Eileen Bellett

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The Importance of Online Community in Student Academic Performance  pp127‑132

Martin Graff

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Developing the Communities of Practice, Framework for On‑Line Learning  pp133‑140

Pam Moule

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Using Conceptual Lattices to Represent Fine Granular Learning Objects through SCORM Meta‑Objects  pp141‑148

Luciano Silva, Pollyana N. Mustaro, Denise Stringhini, Ismar F. Silveira

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Abstract

Ideally, learning resources should be built over a shared pool of fine reusable granular learning objects. However, in order to avoid contextual lacks, dynamic creation of such resources would mostly rely on the conceptual relationships among learning objects inside a repository. These conceptual relationships, as well as the learning objects creation, are best established if students' learning styles are considered. Common standards like Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) do not have tools to provide conceptual relationships among fine granular learning objects. This paper presents a conceptual lattice‑based architecture for using SCORM to provide an effective mapping of conceptual relationships among learning objects. 

 

Keywords: learning objects, conceptual lattices, SCORM, granularity

 

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