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Title: D2.4. Building a Personal Learning Environment with Language-Technology-based Widgets: Services v2 - integrated thread
Authors: Hoisl, Bernhard
Haley, Debra
Wild, Fridolin
Anastasiou, Luca
Buelow, Katja
Koblische, Robert
Burek, Gaston
Loiseau, Mathieu
Markus, Thomas
Rebedea, Traian
Drachsler, Hendrik
Kometter, Helmut
Westerhout, Eline
Posea, Vlad
Keywords: LTfLL
long thread
short thread
PLE
widget
Wookie
Elgg
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2010
Abstract: This deliverable reports on the results achieved by the LTfLL work packages in their efforts toward interoperability of the LTfLL tools and services. There are two aspects: one is the pedagogical utility of achieving interoperability; the other aspect involves the technical features. The technical basis of the interoperability is to use Wookie widgets in Elgg and is thoroughly described here. Finally, the deliverable provides details and screen shots of each widget for each LTfLL service embedded in the Elgg environment.
Description: Hoisl, B., Haley, D., Wild, F., Anastasiou, L., Buelow, K., Koblische, R., Burek, G., Loiseau, M., Markus, T., Rebedea, T., Drachsler, H., Kometter, H., Westerhout, E., & Posea, V. (2010). D2.4. Building a Personal Learning Environment with Language-Technology-based Widgets: Services v2 - integrated thread. LTfLL-project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/3076
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