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|Title: ||D6.4 – Compilation of internal deliverable outcomes ID6.13 – ID6.18|
|Authors: ||Griffiths, David|
IMS Learning Design Authoring
run-time IMS LD services
Units of Learning
|Issue Date: ||12-Jan-2010|
|Series/Report no.: ||TENCompetence - IST-2005-027087|
|Abstract: ||This report describes the final phase of work on the TENCompetence Learning Design Toolkit, from July to December 2009. The work focused on the finalisation of the software produced, integration in the wider TENCompetence Personal Competence Manager, and deployment of the final system.
In earlier releases the TENCompetence Learning Design Toolkit had been only loosely coupled with the Personal Competence Manager. In this phase work was carried out to integrate the player applications used to deliver learning activities to learners into the LifeRay system. To this end portlets were developed both for the player applications, and also to enable teachers to publish and populate Units of Learning for individuals or groups of learners.
This work also involved further integration of the APIS runtime system for IMS QTI tests and questionnaires.
The Astro Learning Design Player was completed and delivered, meeting a need identified in earlier phases of the project for a replacement for the SLeD player.
Templates were produced for use with the ReCourse Learing Design Editor.
The Wookie Widget Server was documented, and accepted into the Apache Foundation Incubator.
Integration work was tested by deployment of the systems in the Personal Competence Manager demonstrator in the final month of the project, now available as a publicly accessible system.|
|Description: ||Griffiths, D. (2009). D6.4 – Compilation of internal deliverable outcomes ID6.13 – ID6.18. TENCompetence.|
|Appears in Collections:||5. TENC: Deliverables, Milestones & Internal Reports|
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