The sharable content object reference model (SCORM) has become one of the important specifications forcontent packaging and platform development in open and distance learning (ODL). SCORM-compliant learning objects(SCLO) areknowledge repositories that have been meta-tagged for SCORMcompliance.SCLO can be easily interoperated among different learning management systems (LMS) without being tied to a single content provider or authoring tool. The content can last longer because it is easier to justify ongoing compatibility with standard content. The purpose of this research is to examine student acceptance of SCLO. The involvement of students wasimportant for a successful content delivery process. Therefore,students'acceptance behavior should be assessed as this reflects whethertheywill eventually adopt SCLO in their learning. Data were collected through Davis's extended technology acceptance survey instrument. The data collected werefurther analysed and evaluated. The results of thisstudy are useful for instructors and course designers with respect to the use of SCLO in their respective courses or anycontent deliveryprocess.
Khor, E. (2014), "Student Perceptions of Using a SCORM-Compliant Learning Object (SCLO) for Learning in an ODL Environment", Asian Association of Open Universities Journal, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 47-56. https://doi.org/10.1108/AAOUJ-09-01-2014-B005Download as .RIS
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