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more light weight approach to dynamic look and feel has been demonstrated at Plugfest7

Posted on May 14 2004 by Albert Ip in reponse to The dynamic appearance model and implementing SCORM 1.3

Please see the second paper ("Overcoming the Presentation Mosaic Effect of Multi-Use Sharable Content Objects") at http://koala.dls.au.com/scorm/ which describes an approach Open Learning Australia took to overcome the problem. That solution has been demonstrated at Plugfest7, see presentation at http://147.160.150.139:8080/ramgen/video/plugfest/plugfest7/P7D1205T1130.rm?mode=compact.

The style sheet support described in the paper is complementary to the Dynamic appearance model, but provides a way to immediate enjoy the benefit of true re-use.

regards
Albert

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