Daniel Burgos: IMS Learning Design next move: extensions and improvements on personalisa-tion and interoperability
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5 October 2011
The work presented in this paper summarizes the research performed in order to implement a set of Units of Learning (UoLs) focused on adaptive learning processes, using the specification IMS Learning Design (IMS-LD). Through the im-plementation and analysis of four learning scenarios, and one additional application case, we identify a number of con-straints on the use of IMS-LD to support adaptive learning. Indeed, our work in this paper shows how IMS-LD expresses adaptation. In addition, our research presents a number of elements and features that should be improved and-or modified to achieve a better support of adaptation for learning processes. Furthermore, we point out to interoperability and authoring issues too. Finally, we use the work carried out to suggest extensions and modifications of IMS-LD with the final aim of better supporting the implementation of adaptive learning processes
What is learning design, why doesnt it work and what can we do about it?
14:04 on 13 October 2011
IMS LD is fine but there’s no progress since 2003.
IMS LD annotation of ID: a structure based on theatrical metaphor. Three levels of a Unit of Learning.
Limits of UoL: not editable at runtime
Modeling is too difficult for non technicians professionals profile
Communication is isolated, not supported for other LMS or applications already wide adopted
Recommendations for the “spec”: notation more simple, interoperable
Marcelo Fabián Maina
14:13 on 13 October 2011