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A Real-time Personalization Service for SCORM

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Despite SCORM’s (Shareable Content Object Reference Model’s) advantages, many scholars argue that SCORM confines learners to a static pool of learning resources organized in a predefined narrative structure. Hence users are unable to explore around the current topic, for example, in order to access materials that respond to their preferred learning styles. To address these limitations, we propose an architecture to provide SCORM with an independent ‘service’ that supplies the learner with dynamic personalized links to alternative resources. We demonstrate the feasibility of our architecture by implementing a service supporting users’ Learning Styles.

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