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We present a framework for the automatic annotation of learning objects (LOs) with empirical usage metadata. Our implementation of the Intelligent Learning Object Guide (iLOG) was used to collect interaction data of over 200 students " interactions with eight LOs. We show that iLOG successfully tracks student interaction data that can be used to automate(More)
1. Introduction The current SCORM standard is silent on whether content developers (including both researchers and commercial developers) should be allowed to access learning objects after they have been published and uploaded to learning management systems (LMS). Content developers are often forced to rely on inconsistent LMS functionality to provide both(More)
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