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Title: Developing an EML authoring and content management environment
Other Titles: Proceedings of a conference hosted by the OUNL, March 20/22-2002, Valkenburg, the Netherlands
Authors: Beijering, Jan
Keywords: EML authoring environment
content management environment
Valkenburg Group
common framework
business model
authoring tools perspective
business models perspective
component based architecture
use cases
Issue Date: 22-Apr-2002
Series/Report no.: ;OTEC2002/13
Abstract: This document is a report of a 3-day invited work conference on 'developing an EML authoring and content management environment', March 20-22, 2002 in Valkenburg, the Netherlands. The OUNL facilitated this conference, which brought together recognized R&D institutions in the field of e-learning technologies, users and private sector parties form all over the worlt (annex I). The conference addressed two key requirements (Annex II): - Creating, adapting, and previewing content in a user-friendly way while still allowing for the use of advances instructional design Personalization, multi channelling,...) - Storing, searching, sharing and reusing content within a defined community. Objectives of the conference were: 1. develop a common framework for EML authoring and content management 2. develop a business model (or more general a model for collaboration) 3. agree on future joint activities in this field. Prior to the conference the invited participants were required to send in a description of their required authoring and content management environment in the form of Domain Diagrams and related Use Cases, using UML-notation. This 'homework' was collected and processed by the OUNL, resulting in an output-document to the conference (annex III).
Description: With special thanks to Scott Wilson
Appears in Collections:5. LN: Deliverables, Reports, Work Documents

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