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Ariss takes e-learning to the next level

Ariss Computers is gearing up to showcase its SCORM compliant e-learning content solutions for universities and schools in the region at this year’s Gitex.

Ariss Computers is gearing up to showcase its SCORM compliant e-learning content solutions for universities and schools in the region at this year’s Gitex. The SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) e-learning based solutions will enable plug-and-play interoperability, accessibility, and reusability of Ariss Web-based learning content.

Based on accepted technology standards, including XML and JavaScript, SCORM is the de facto e-learning technology standard widely supported by world-leading corporations, universities, system providers, and content vendors.

As a leading provider of Arabic-language software in the region, Ariss Computer will be showing potential customers how its localised tools can offer mobile users all the functionality they need while on the move. The Ariss digital content includes a wide range of tools such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias and language learning applications that are available on its website betterlearning.net

The Saudi Arabian company, which was established back in 1986, sells a wide range of software offerings. It now boasts more than 400 solutions, including electronic dictionaries and publishing tools. Gitex Dubai is now a vital event for Ariss.

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