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Title: Learning Processes and Processing Learning: from Organizational Needs to Learning Designs
Authors: Naeve, Ambjörn
Sicilia, Miguel Angel
Keywords: IMS Learning Design
Adaptive Learning
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2006
Abstract: Learning activity or learning process models represent the basic material elements of any learning event. However, the organizational learning setting requires the consideration of objectives outside the individual, and the transformation of these activities into measurable, efficient behavior. In order to process learning activities with technological tools, such characteristics must be properly modeled. This paper describes a model for such a process-oriented view on learning in organizations, and sketches how that framework could be integrated with IMS Learning Design, a language for the description of pedagogical arrangement of multi-role activities.
Description: Please, cite this publication as: Naeve, A. & Sicilia, M. A. (2006). Learning: from Organizational Needs to Learning Designs. Proceedings of Adaptive Hypermedia. June, Dublin, Ireland. Retrieved June 30th, 2006, from
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