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A process oriented approach for Modelling On line Learning Environments

Abstract : In this paper we describe the modelling approach used in an on going project bringing together partners from the academic world and from a company. The two main features of this approach are the following. Firstly, it starts from the production model recommended by ISO for modelling any production activity in industry and then it refines and specialises this general cycle to on-line learning production. Secondly, it takes a reverse engineering perspective as it starts from an existing set of software services, which are currently tailored to customers'needs by the company engineers. The general model includes three complementary views: a process oriented-view, a life cycle oriented view and a data flow oriented view. We compare this model with some models previously proposed or currently in use. Then we give an overview of SERPOLET; the kernel set of services which is included in all the on line learning delivery environments currently provided by the company. We show how the existing components can be split throughout the models. Finally, we show our perspectives for anticipating forthcoming needs.
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Monique Grandbastien, Lahcen Oubahssi, Gérard Claes. A process oriented approach for Modelling On line Learning Environments. AIED2003, 2003, Sydney, Australia. pp.140-152. ⟨hal-00190207⟩



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