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Title: D6.2 annex 1 - Validation testing and usability results
Authors: Georgiev, Atanas
Griffiths, David
Hernández-Leo, Davinia
Melero, Javier
Stefanov, Krassen
Perez, Mar
Sharples, Paul
Beauvoir, Phillip
Wilson, Scott
Sodhi, Tim
Yongwu, Miao
Keywords: IMS Learning Design Authoring
assessment specification
run-time IMS LD services
Units of Learning
ReCourse
Widget server
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2009
Series/Report no.: TENCompetence - IST-2005-027087
version 1.0
Abstract: This is an annex to TENCompetence D6.2. It contains reports from evaluation activities carried out with the TENCompetence Learning Design Toolkit in Liverpool, Sofia and Barcelona. The focus was principally on authoring and publishing Units of Learning, and the results indicate that while working with IMS LD is demanding for teachers and learning designers it is by no means impossible. The results indicate that users with pedagogical experience who are also competent users of information technology (but not technical experts) can become independent users of the applications if they are given four to eight hours support. The evaluations showed that the creation and management of resources was a particular difficulty for users, and the insights provided by these evaluations led directly to major changes in the Toolkit
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1730
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