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Chapter 1: e-Learning Standards

  • 1.1: Quality Framework of CEMCA
  • 1.2: An Introduction to AICC, SCORM & IMS
  • 1.3: “Standards” as defined by: IEEE, AICC, LTSC & SCORM

2: Chapter Authoring Tools

  • 2.1: Issues related to Authoring Tool
  • 2.2: Issues related to LMS

Chapter 3: Level of e-Contents - Defined By AICC

  • 3.1: Level 1: Basic Structure
  • 3.2: Level 2: Pre-requisites + Completion Requirements
  • 3.3: Level 3a: Complex Relationships & Completion Requirements
  • 3.4: Level 3b: Objective Relationships

Chapter 4: Best e-Content Practices & Awards

Back To Course5

Unit 5.2 - Quality and e-Learning Standards

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit, student shall be able to:

  • Understand the quality principals for e-Content Creation
  • Understand Quality Framework & Test Procedures by CEMCA
  • Quality Standards defined by AICC, IEEE, LTSC & SCORM
  • Define the issues related to Authoring Tools & LMS
  • Understand the quality levels defined by AICC


Technology has advantages and disadvantages as we all of us knows. When it comes to e-Learning, it comes with enormus disadvantages as well but to elemenate we can ensure the quality measures and check-lists to be implemented at stages to enable e-Learning more effective.

Several organisations have purposed guidelines for e-Content creation which we are going to discuss in this unit and put more light on their framework, guidelines and check-lists developed by them for effective e-Content.

Organizations we are talking about in this unit are:

  • CEMCA Quality Framework
  • AICC
  • IEEE

Suggested Reading
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 Suggested Videos
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Suggested Audio
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