Structure of LO’s Modeling for eLearning Miguel Rodr í guez Artacho LSI Dept. -- UNED University email@example.com What is ‘educational content’? Educational material developed to be consumed in computer based learning using on-line web environments
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Miguel Rodríguez Artacho
LSI Dept. -- UNED University
Lack of an abstraction level
HTML tree, *.asp, form, GET/POST, ...
Module, Task, Sequence, Prerequisite, Assignment, Exercise, Simulation, ...
Lack of an appropriate abstraction level
Lesson 1 lesson1.html
Lesson 2 …
IMS Manifest (XML)
Need to incorporate learning processes
CEN/ISSS Meeting in Torino (Oct 2001)
See “Europe Focuses on EML” S. Wilson (CETIS) in http://www.cetis.ac.uk/content/20011015103421
Survey of Educational Modeling Languages
Development of IMS-LD based on EML (OU of the Nederlands)
XML File (Example)
Creation of a generic domain to describe content matter = ONTOLOGY
Creation of one or more instances for a particular domain matter
Molecular FormulaeUse of ontologies of LO’s