An-Najah Blogs :: SCORM Project http://blogs.najah.edu/author/scorm-project An-Najah Blogs :: SCORM Project en-us Sat, 18 Nov 2017 01:01:28 IST Sat, 18 Nov 2017 01:01:28 IST webmaster@najah.edu webmaster@najah.edu OCC2-SCORM compliant LMS developed at An-Najah--User's Manualhttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/OCC2-SCORM-compliant-LMS-developed-at-An-Najah--Users-ManualGeneral PostsOnline Course Container is a SCORM compliant Learned Management System developed at An-Najah National University The project was funded by the World Bank and the EU through the QIF Fund The attached file describes is the Users Manual and therefore describes in details the capabilities of this new LMS The project was lead by the project director Dr Raed Alqadi and Dr Loai MalhisSCORM compliant Authoring Tool -Dr. Raed Alqadihttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/SCORM-compliant-Authoring-Tool--Dr-Raed-AlqadiGeneral PostsThe attached presentation briefly describes why we need authoring tools to develop e-courses and also lists some well known open source and commercial toolsImproving E-learning at An-Najah University through SCORM- Dr. Raed Alqadihttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/IMproving-E-learning-at-An-Najah-University-through-SCORM--Dr-Raed-AlqadiGeneral PostsThe attached presentation was given on April 29 in the second workshp for the project Improving E-learning at An-Najah national University The presentatation describes the project the project staff SCORM standards and Authoring ToolsOCC2- Transferring OCC to OCC2- Eng-razi Sayyedhttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/OCC2---Transferring-OCC-to-OCC2--Eng-razi-SayyedGeneral PostsThe attached presentation describes the transfer from OCC version 1 non-SCORM to OCC2 SCORM compliant and also other changes made The presentation was prepared and delivered by Eng Razi Sayyed on April 29 in the second workshop for the projecte-learning-AnOverview, Dr. Loai Malhishttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/e-learning-AnOverview-Dr-Loai-MalhisGeneral PostsThe atatched presentation is an overview of e-learning It describes the requirements of e-learning requirements pros cons and other issues The presentation was delivered by Dr Loai malhis on April 24 in the second workshop of the projectSCORM Compliant Authoring Toolhttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/SCORM-Compliant--Authoring-ToolGeneral PostsThe attached presentation describes A new SCORM compliant authoring Tools The Presentation is prepared by Eng Sameer Allowneh and Haitham Sawalha The two Engineers worked on developing the authoring tool under the Supervision of Dr Raed alqadi and Dr Loai Malhis The project was funded by the World Bank and the EU through the QIF Fund The prsentation also briefly describes some open source tools It also shows step by step creation of sample e-course about AnimalsNAJAUT- A new Scorm compliant Authoring Toolhttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/NAJAUT--A-new-Scorm-compliant-Authoring-ToolGeneral PostsThe attached file is a user manual for NAJAUT which is a new SCORM 2004 compliant Authoring tool developed at An-Najah National University The project was funded by the World Bank and the EU The project was lead By the project Director Dr Raed alqadi and Dr Loai MalhisDeveloping and Running SCORM compliant e-coursehttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/Developing-and-Running-SCORM-compliant-e-courseGeneral PostsThis presentation describes the requirements for developing and running SCORM compliant e-learning Course The power point slides were presented in the final workshop for the SCORM project at An-Najah National University on August 242009Summary of SCORM Project Outcomeshttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/scorm-project/article/Summary-of-SCORM-Project-OutcomesGeneral PostsImproving the Quality of E-learning at An Najah University through the adoption Of the Sharable content Object reference model SCORM Raed Alqadi PhD and Luai Malhis PhD In the year 2005 An-Najah National University has designed and implemented its own Learning Management System LMS called Online Course Container OCC The system has shown many advantages over other LMSs; of which is ease of use and ease of integration with other university software tools such as registration and administration programs Therefore An-Najah University wanted to continue to use this tool and improve on its capabilities to become compatible with well- known LMS tools such as Blackboard and MOODLE In 2008 An-Najah sought the opportunity offered by the Quality Improvement Fund QIF to upgrade the system by making it SCORM compliant Currently all over the world the SCORM standard is being applied to many e-learning courses so that any developed course based on SCORM standard can be hosted and delivered by any LMS system that adapts the standard The project resulted in the following products: 1 An Elearning Management System that is SCORM 2004 complaint This tool has many other features: user friendly interface ability to setup discussion forums build and deliver simple exams and monitor student learning progress and performance In addition host and deliver courses that are built according to SCORM 2004 standard or courses that do not apply any standard 2 An Authoring tool that helps instructors to develop materials that are SCORM 2004 compliant This tool is easy to use and is integrated with the LMS system 3 Four pilot courses in the science and engineering fields are developed according to SCORM standards The university encourages instructors to develop courses that are SCORM compliant 4 Twelve additional previously developed e-learning courses have been transformed to become SCORM compliant The tools will be used by instructors and students of An-Najah National University starting the academic year 20092010 The project team has trained two university full time employees to mange and administers the tools The university administration is committed to provide any means necessary to maintain and improve the system in the future The system will be the corner stone of elearning at An-Najah University In addition The University is strongly encourages instructors and students to use the system in their learning and teaching activities