Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 2 (M-Z)

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Today, I’ll complete the list by defining the true meaning of training, from ‘manifest’ to ‘white label’ Let’s dive into the language of learning! SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model): A set of standards developed by Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) and applied when developing LMS content. Tin Can (xAPI) : Developed by Rustici Software at the request of ADL to support the concept that “learning happens everywhere”.

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

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ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning): An initiative established by the US Department Of Defense in 1999, aiming to make the delivery of online training consistent across content formats, technologies, and organizations. When creating blended learning, consider how each goal might be best achieved in either an online or offline setting. eLearning is full of specialist terms and acronyms that aren’t always clearly defined.

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The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

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ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning). A good LMS will allow you to deliver course content in a range of eLearning standards, sell online courses, assess and evaluate learner performance, deliver blended learning, brand or white label the LMS, integrate with third-party systems, and much more. Perhaps the most ubiquitous set of standards, SCORM was developed by Advanced Distributed Learning ( ADL ) and applied when developing LMS content. White-Labelling.

The A to Z of eLearning Acronyms Part 2

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LETSI is a new organization with worldwide sponsorship to whom ADL will be handing over stewardship of SCORM. The features included with a good LMS allow you to deliver course content in a range of eLearning standards, sell courses online, assess and evaluate learner performance, deliver blended learning, brand or white label your portals, integrate with existing systems , and much more. All data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and secure.