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Key Challenges in the Design of Learning Technology Standards: Observations and Proposals

Cooper A ...see all

Int. J. IT Stand. Stand. Res., vol. 8, issue 2 (2010) pp. 20-28

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Abstract

This paper considers key challenges that learning technology standards must take into account: the inherent connectedness of the information and complexity as a cause of emergent behavior. Some of the limitations of historical approaches to information systems and standards development are briefly considered with generic strategies to tackle complexity and system adaptivity. A consideration of the facets of interoperability-organizational, syntactic and semantic-leads to an outline of a strategy for dealing with environmental complexity in the learning technology standards domain.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Complex Adaptive Systems
  • De-Centralized
  • Learning Technology Standards
  • Semantic Interoperability
  • Shearing Layers

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  • Adam R Cooper

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