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Title: Developing a Common Metadata Model for Competencies Description
Authors: Sampson, Demetrios
Karampiperis, Pythagoras
Fytros, Demetrios
Keywords: Competence
Competence Description Model
IMS RDCEO
Issue Date: 17-Aug-2007
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: D. Sampson, P. Karampiperis and D. Fytros, "Developing a Common Metadata Model for Competencies Description", Interactive Learning Environment, Special Issue on Learning Networks for Lifelong Competence Development, (ISSN 1049-4820), vol. 15(2), pp. 137-150, Routledge , August 2007
Abstract: Competence-based approaches are frequently adopted as the key paradigm in both formal or non-formal education and training. To support the provision of competence-based learning services, it is necessary to be able to maintain a record of an individual’s competences in a persistent and standard way. In this paper, we investigate potential issues related with the definition of a common metadata model for competencies description. This is done by applying the current state-of-the-art specification, IMS Reusable Definition of Competency or Educational Objective(IMSRDCEO), in a real case study, that is,the EuroPass Language Passport. We, then, identify four open issues with the description capabilities of the IMSRDCEO specification, and propose possible extensions to its information model, demonstrating their application in practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1061
ISSN: 1049-4820
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