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and thus a draft of a proposed IEEE-SA Standard 1484.12.1 As such, this document may still be subject to changes in the final editing for publishing by IEEE as an approved IEEE – SA Standard. Permission is hereby granted for IEEE Standards Committee participants to reproduce this document for purposes of IEEE standardization activities only. Prior to(More)
FOREWORD This document defines and presents several solutions to the cross-domain scripting security issue with a Sharable Content Object (SCO)'s ECMAScript (i.e. JavaScript) access to a Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) Application Program Interface (API) Instance. It is technical in nature and is meant for IT specialists and learning(More)
We tested the effectiveness of an intensive, on average 17-session, adaptive and computerized working-memory training program for improving performance on untrained, paper and pencil working memory tasks, standardized school achievement tasks, and teacher ratings of classroom behavior. Third-grade children received either a computerized working memory(More)
This report has been generated within the context of the Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC) of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). The LTSC develops accredited technical standards, recommended practices and guides for learning technology. "Digital rights" is an area of vital importance to all industries that deal with(More)
Permission is granted to copy and to distribute this paper provided that no alterations are made, the paper is distributed in its entirety and copies are distributed at no cost. 1 Geoff Collier (gcollier@eduworks.com) is a senior partner at Eduworks Corporation and has over 20 years of experience in designing and implementing student administration systems.(More)
and modified / added due to the requirements of the project OrmeE. If you refer to this document please always mention that some sentences and definitions are taken from this original resource. Abstract: Digital Rights Management (DRM) is the management of rights by digital means, specifically; intellectual property rights applied to digital content and(More)
Metadata and interoperability standards are essential to support the educational and commercial effectiveness of learning technology. A number of related and cooperating organizations are working to develop such standards. This paper briefly explains why such standards are important, who is involved in their development, and what standards are being(More)