Author(s): Njuguna N, Flanders AE, Kahn CE Jr
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Abstract Computer-based learning, or "e-learning," plays an increasingly important role in healthcare education. Modular, standardized approaches to e-learning make learning content portable, reusable, and interoperable. The Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a standard for educational content that builds upon existing standards for e-learning. The "SCORM for Healthcare" model, which is designed to meet the particular needs of learning in health professions, is being developed to improve communication of educational needs, goals, and competencies among healthcare workers, educational providers, and certifying organizations. Radiologists can benefit from SCORM by becoming familiar with its features and the opportunities it affords to improve online learning.
This article was published in Radiographics
and referenced in OMICS Journal of Radiology