The S1000D User Forum and ADL/SCORM PerformanceFest kicked off Tuesday, May 30, 2006 with an overview of the S1000D specification delivered by Thomas Malley (BAE Systems) and Paul Haslam (ONeil & Associates). The duo outlined S1000D core concepts: the data module (a stand alone information unit) and the common source database (a store for data modules and publications) and used examples (including a fictional Scottish Navy) to illustrate their points. Learn more.
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