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Collaborative effort to update and standardize Content Packaging by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
The IMS Global Learning Consortium, the Advanced Distributed Learning initiative and the IEEE LTSC will collaborate to update Content Packaging and adopt it as an IEEE standard.
LTSC Explores the Need for Competency Standards by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
The IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (IEEE LTSC) has formed three new study groups to determine and define what new standards may be needed in the general domain of “competencies” as related to learning and learning technology.
The "Reusable Competency Definitions" draft passes first ballot by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
Draft D4 of P1484.20.1 received an 89% approval in an IEEE ballot that closed recently. The ballot generated a number of comments. A Comments Resolution Committee has started resolving those comments. Some of the comments identified technical issues that can be resolved by small technical changes in the draft. A recirculation ballot is planned for the updated draft that will result from the comment resolution process.
IEEE P1484.20.1 title change approved by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
The title of the IEEE project P1484.20.1 has been changed to "Standard for Learning Technology - Data Model for Reusable Competency Definitions". This may help mimimize confusion over the scope and purpose of the draft standard.
PAR approved for Reusable Competency Definitions (WG20 - P1484.20.1) by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
The IEEE-SA Standards Board has approved the revised project approval request (PAR) for P1484.20.1 - Standard for Learning Technology - Standard for Reusable Competency Definitions. The previous PAR was withdrawn to allow revision of the scope and purpose, along with renumbering of the standard project to reflect that this is only one of several possible technical standards for competency data and services. ~~ Face to face meeting in Orlando, Florida on October 30, 2005
News Items-Obsolete by Brandon Muramatsu — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
 
RCD working draft editorial pass done by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
May 1, 2005 - The first editorial pass on the first "real" working draft for the Reusable Competency Definition standard (P1484.20) is complete. The working group will meet to resolve the remaining technical issues raised in the straw ballot that approved the initial rough draft. Next step: Submit for official ballot.
RCD straw ballot comments resolved by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
29 June 2005 - The comments received for the Reusable Competency Definitions straw ballot on the first draft have been resolved. The updated draft and comments summary are available for download.
September 2005 News from WG20 - Competencies by dray — last modified 2007-04-05 18:29
The PAR for Reusable Competency Definitions (RCD) has been withdrawn and resbumitted with a narrower scope and purpose to better reflect the working draft. ~~ Call for a "meeting of the minds" to help formulate a general framework from which requirements for technical competency-related standards can emerge. ~~ The working group is trying to set up a conference call schedule to finalize the RCD draft and study the definition of additional competency related technical standards.
Digital Rights Recommended Practice Approved by Brandon Muramatsu — last modified 2007-11-06 00:12
 
Join LTSC Ballot Pool by Brandon Muramatsu — last modified 2007-11-26 05:18
Want to vote on LTSC Standards? Join the LTSC Ballot Pool!
IEEE 1484.20.1, Data Model for Reusable Competency Definitions Published by Brandon Muramatsu — last modified 2008-01-25 01:49
IEEE 1484.20.1, Data Model for Reusable Competency Definitions Published
Harmonization of Metadata Standards by Brandon Muramatsu — last modified 2008-01-29 04:39
Prolearn Report on Harmonization of Metadata Standards

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