Authoring The activity of producing learning content (usually written) from an idea or theory.
Authoring Tools A range tools designed to enable users to write, edit and publish learning content.
CBT Computer Based Training
Content May also be referred to as learning content, describes the information entered through the authoring editor (eXe)
Content ObjectContent Objects can be thought of as an iDevice with the content filled in.
e-LearningThe facilitation of learning via electronic delivery mechanisms, e.g. computers, CD/DVD, internet.
eXee-learning XHTML editor – a web-based authoring environment designed for teachers and academics.
eXe SidebarThe control device that contains eXe authoring tools.
HTMLHypertext Markup Language.
IconSmall graphic devices that are displayed on both the authoring and presentation interfaces.
iDeviceInstructional elements that provide a framework for entering content.
LMSLearning Management System
NodeDefines the basic unit in the learning design (Outline) structure. Also referred to in the context of eXe as a page.
OutputSomething published by eXe, e.g. a SCORM package, or a website.
PackageA Content Package is a collection of content.
Pedagogical TemplateA template is a Content Package where the content objects are not yet filled in.
PedagogyThe term used to describe teaching strategies.
Presentation TemplateA definition on how a Package should be presented.
Rich Text EditorA range of tools used to format electronic text.
SCORMSharable Content Object Reference Model - a common technical framework for computer and Web-based learning.
TabFolder tab styled interface.
TaxonomyHierarchical classification of items e.g. Chapter, Page, Section.
XHTMLExtensible Hypertext Markup Language.
XMLExtensible Markup Language.
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