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Orchestrating Learning using Adaptive Educational Designs in IMS Learning Design

Gruber M, Glahn C, Specht M, Koper R ...see all

Sustaining TEL: From Innovation to Learning and Practice (2010) pp. 123-138 Published by Springer

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Abstract

IMS Learning Design (IMS LD) is an open specification to support interoperability
of advanced educational designs for a wide range of technology-enhanced
learning solutions and other units of learning. This paper analyses
approaches to model personalised learning experiences with and without
explicit adaptive features in IMS LD. The paper has two main parts.
The first part analyses the relation between orchestrating learning
and IMS LD’s semantic features. The second part compares modelling
strategies for educational designs for personalised learning in non-collaborative
learning units using IMS LD Level A and IMS LD Level B features.
The analysis is based on two worked-out IMS LD units. The paper concludes
with a comparison of the two modelling approaches and addresses gaps
when integrating adaptation concepts at the levels of the specification.

Author-supplied keywords

  • IMS learning design
  • adaptation
  • adoptation
  • educational design
  • ims learning
  • orchestrating learning
  • personalization

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Authors

  • M Gruber

  • Christian Glahn

  • Marcus Specht

  • Rob Koper

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