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Title: Virtual communities, research groups and projects on IMS Learning Design. State of the art, key factors and forthcoming challenges
Other Titles: Comunidades virtuales, grupos y proyectos de investigación sobre IMS Learning Design. Status quo, factores clave y retos inmediatos
Authors: Burgos, Daniel
Koper, Rob
Keywords: IMS Learning Design
e-learning standard
Interoperability
Re-use
unit of learning
Issue Date: 27-Oct-2005
Abstract: We carry out a report showing the state of the art about virtual communities, research groups and projects focused on the e-learning specification IMS Learning Design or directly related with it. This specification is currently becoming the most flexible and supported de facto standard to model full learning processes, as a complement for any structure of educational contents. Later, deriving from the previous study, we show a reading and a further analysis of the current panorama, and describe the key factors that show the relevance and impact of IMS Learning Design and also the main forthcoming challenges.
Description: Burgos, D., Koper, R. (2005) Virtual communities, research groups and projects on IMS Learning Design. State of the art, key factors and forthcoming challenges. In E-Journal of Educational Research, Assessment and Evaluation, vol. 11, issue 2 [www.uv.es/RELIEVE]. Available at [http://www.uv.es/RELIEVE/v11n2/RELIEVEv11n2_6.htm and http://hdl.handle.net/1820/469]. Last access in December 19th, 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/469
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