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|Title: ||Editing EML 1.1 Preliminary survey of existing tools|
|Authors: ||Brouns, Francis|
Educational Modelling Language
eXtensible Markup Language
Document Type Definition
units of learning
IMS Learning Design
|Issue Date: ||14-Feb-2003|
|Series/Report no.: ||;OTEC2002/44|
|Abstract: ||The Development Programme of OTEC, Open Universiteit Nederland has developed 'Educational Modelling Language' (EML). EML is a semantic notation for education (units of learning). It can be used to describe didactical models and related processes.
The main implementation of EML is an XML (eXtensible Markup Language) application in the form of a XML DTD (Document Type Definition).
The Open Universiteit Nederland has used EML 1.0 for some time now to create units of learning. Courses specified in EML 1.0 are delivered through the Edubox (version 2.0.6) environment. The authoring environment currently in use is based on an SGML editor, Framemaker+SGML 5.5.6, because there were no suitable XML editors available at the time.|
|Appears in Collections:||5. LN: Deliverables, Reports, Work Documents|
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