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Delivery of Learning Design: the Explor@ System's Case

Abstract : The IMS Learning Design Specification (IMS-LD) presents new challenges to learning delivery systems. To comply with this specification, delivery platforms must understand different learning strategies and course structures, must manage multi-actor environments, must allow for standard learning objects integration, must deal with conditions and rules to be validated on runtime and must support notifications. In this chapter, we take a look at these requirements from the viewpoint of an open delivery system, Explor@-2. Explor@-2 is the result of a research stream that started a decade ago at Téléuniversité's LICEF research center. Explor@ has focused, right from the beginning, on a resource (or learning object) management orientation, making it possible to assemble a set of educational support tools, documents and services to be shared across all programs, courses or activities delivered by an organization.
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Gilbert Paquette, Olga Marino, Ileana de La Teja, Michel Leonard, Karin Lundgren-Cayrol. Delivery of Learning Design: the Explor@ System's Case. Koper R. and Tattersall C. Learning Design – A Handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training, Springer Verlag, pp.311-326, 2005. ⟨hal-00190655⟩



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