United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) in Collaboration with New ‘adlCommunity’ Issues World-Wide Call for Case Studies Covering ADL, SCORM, CORDRA and Blended Learning. ‘Today the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLAÂ®), the nation’s premier distance learning association in collaboration with a new virtual community called adlCommunity.net is issuing a call for case studies covering Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORMÂ®), Content Object Repository Discovery and Registration Architecture (CORDRAâ„¢) and Blended Learning.
This new adlCommunity.net organization is dedicated to supporting the global advancement of distributed learning and is directed by Judy Brown, who was formerly the Director of the Academic ADL Co-lab at the University of Wisconsin System in Madison. Academic ADL Co-Lab is a collaborative effort between government, industry, and academia designed to permit interoperability of learning tools and course content on a global scale for the broader education and training.’
adlCommunity – Supporting the Global Advancement of Distributed Learning. ‘This community site is supported initially by the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative to support advanced distributed learning and to gain feedback from implementers. The intention is to bring together both resources (papers, examples, tutorials, etc.) and people with similar interests and to establish a vibrant community where all work together to share and improve learning.’
United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA). ‘The USDLA website is designed to promote the development and application of distant learning for education and training and allows users to obtain and share information on distance learning projects and events.’