Most of the dated e-learning training content was developed using the standards like SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) or AICC (Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee). SCORM is a set of technical rules established by a standards body like ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative) and is supported by most e-learning software products. It was a de facto industry standard for e-learning interoperability.
In a series of blogs on the topic of “Learning Analytics”, I am trying to share my understanding of the subject and what is really means for stakeholders in any organization. For me the following is the most apt definition of the “learning analytics”
Learning Analytics is the science and art of gathering, processing, interpreting and reporting data related to the efficiency, effectiveness and business impact of development programs designed to improve individual and organizational performance and inform stakeholders. By- John R Mattox, II
Organizations need to have an effective platform and strategy to enable distributed learning. It helps to provide an environment that fosters knowledge sharing and growth of their human capital, It's an investment which will help grow your topline and make your employees more productive.