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Reload Tools
RELOAD focuses on developing the following set of open source tools for learning objects packaging and delivery. Read the short descriptions below, then click the links above to be taken to a page with more detail where you will be able to download available tools.
 
Metadata and Content Packaging Editor
editor iconThe key aim of the RELOAD project is the implementation of a reference-standard Content Package and Metadata Editor. The RELOAD Editor enables users to organise, aggregate and package learning objects in standard IMS and SCORM content packages tagged with Metadata (in various subsets) and vocabularies. Also supported is Level A Learning Design. The editor page links to all the downloads and further information.
Learning Design Editor

editor iconThe Learning Design Editor (based on the IMS Learning Design specifications) allows the creation of re-usable "Pedagogical Templates" allowing the user to define a set of Learning Objectives, Activities and Learning Environments. These templates can be re-purposed with the user's own content to create on-line Learning Design compliant resources. The LD Editor is available from the download page.

 

SCORM Player

player iconAlso available is an ADL SCORM Player. This toolkit allows the playing of SCORM 1.2 packages within a developer edition of the Player. The player page links to all the downloads and further information.
Learning Design Player

editor iconThe Learning Design Player (based on the IMS Learning Design specifications) allows the user to "play" a Unit of Learning. The user may pick any of the Roles and work through the sequence of Plays, Acts, Activities and Environments. The LD Player is available from the download page.

 

 

Colloquia VLE
editor iconColloquia is a free, open source VLE that supports group working based on setting up learning groups on specific topics (context). Each learning group can involve users of different roles (teachers and learners), the use of learning objects, group tasks and individual assignments. The colloquia page provides more information and access to the software.