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Title: Developing advanced units of learning using IMS Learning Design level B
Authors: Koper, Rob
Burgos, Daniel
Keywords: IMS Learning Design
Adaptive Learning
Collaborative Learning
Assessment
Issue Date: 14-Apr-2005
Abstract: IMS Learning Design (LD) is an open specification, released in 2003, to support the interoperability of advanced pedagogical designs in e-learning courses and other 'units of learning'. The specification supports three levels: level A is the basic level, level B adds 'properties, global elements, monitor services and conditions' and level C adds 'notifications'. Current tools for LD support level A of the specification. Some new tools are exploring the incorporation of level B, but there is still a lot of unexplored territory in this area. Also the documentation that is available today explains in detail the technical differences between level A and B, but not functionally. This tutorial paper introduces the possibilities of using IMS Learning Design level B to develop digital courses that support: collaborative learning, adaptive learning and personalisation, conditional text, runtime tracking, new forms of assessment and the modelling of ePortfolio's.
Description: Please cite the original publication: Koper, R., Burgos, D. (2005). Developing advanced units of learning using IMS Learning Design level B. International Journal on Advanced Technology for Learning, 2 (4), 252-259.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/333
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