IMS LD reusable elements for adaptive learning designs

Adriana J. Berlanga, Francisco J. Garcí­a

Abstract

Commentary on: Chapter 12: Designing Adaptive Learning Environments with Learning Design. (Towle & Halm, 2005)

Abstract: This paper presents an approach to designing adaptive learning environments based on IMS LD, which separates its elements (i.e. objectives, prerequisites, method, learning activities, adaptive rules, personalization properties, etc.) in order to use them in different Learning Designs and enforce their reusability and exchangeability. Moreover, it briefly presents an authoring tool under development to define adaptive learning designs compliant with IMS LD.

Editors: Colin Tattersall and Rob Koper.

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How to cite: Berlanga, A.J. and Garcí­a, F.J. 2005. IMS LD reusable elements for adaptive learning designs. Journal of Interactive Media in Education 2005(1):12, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/2005-11

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Published on 17 August 2005.

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