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Title: D6.2-Compilation of internal deliverable outcomes ID6.4-ID6.5 (Learning activities and Units of Learning)
Authors: Georgiev, Atanas
Griffiths, David
Hernández-Leo, Davinia
Melero, Javier
Stefanov, Krassen
Perez, Mar
Dicerto, Michele
Sharples, Paul
Beauvoir, Phillip
Wilson, Scott
Sodhi, Tim
Miao, Yongwu
Keywords: WP6
IMS Learning Design Authoring
assessment specification
run-time IMS LD services
Units of Learning
ReCourse
Widget server
Issue Date: 12-Jan-2009
Series/Report no.: TENCompetence - IST-2005-027087
version 1.0
Abstract: The report describes the work of the TENCompetence project to provide a standards based open source infrastructure to support the implementation and running of learning and assessment activities. The TENCompetence Learning Design Toolkit is presented, and its components described. These include the ReCourse authoring tool with its associated plug-ins, and a set of runtime applications, including extended and enhanced versions of CopperCore, APIS, SleD. Of particular significance is the development of an entirely new widget server to resolve the longstanding problem of services in IMS LD. The Assessment Process Specification is described. This is a meta model of assessment processes which can be expressed as a combination of IMS LD and QTI. This has been achieved by modifying the OUNL/CITO assessment model from the perspective of process support. Evaluation reports are submitted in an annex to this deliverable.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1728
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