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LTSC March 2006 Meeting

by dray last modified 2007-04-08 23:18

The IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee will be holding working group and committee meetings from 28 March through 31 March 2006 at the Katholieke Universiteit (KU), Leuven, Belgium.

Working groups tentatively scheduled to meet include:

The Sponsor Executive Committee will hold its meeting on March 29. There will also be an update session on LTSC activities and a social event for attendees. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

DIAL-IN INFORMATION


The call in information for all meetings will be the same, broken up into numerous sessions due to the host's session time limits:

+1 (712) 432 2000, access code 58721#

Please note that you must pay your own long distance charges.


DREL WG Agenda (proposed)

Tuesday March 28

  • 9:00-9:15   Welcome, logistics, discuss and agree on the agenda.
  • 9:15-9:30   Overview of the P1484.4 (DREL) IEEE-SA sponsor ballot's return results.
  • 9:30-12:30  Review and resolve the sponsor ballot negative comments live.
  • 12:30-13:30 Lunch
  • 13:30-17:00 Review and resolve the sponsor ballot negative comments live.

LOM agenda (proposed) March 29, 2006

  • 09h30-10h00: welcome & agenda confirmation
  • 10h00-12h30: LOM/DCMI joint committee work on abstract model led by Mikael Nilsson
  • 12h30-13h30: lunch
  • 13h30-15h00: LomNext -> goals and brainstorm
  • 15h30-16h00: coffee
  • 16h00-17h00: LomNext -> process, concrete planning, follow-up
  • 17h00-18h00: BREAK FOR SEC MEETING
  • 18h00-18h30: Next Steps and Meeting Debrief
LOM References & Contributions:

For links to anything pertaining to LOM please see the LOM WG webpages

Please see and contribute to the DCMI/LTSC task force wiki

Please see and contribute any and all comments to the LOMnext wiki


SEC Meeting - Wednesday, March 29, 17:00h


  • SC36 Liaison
  • Report from SAB meeting
  • WG reports / required actions
  • Budget and Future Meetings
  • Open Discussion

Computer Managed Instruction WG


Thursday 30 March

9:00-9:15 Welcome, logistics, discuss and agree on the agenda.
9:15-12:30
Review of Status of RAMLET
Review current plan and approach including current issues.
Discuss options for standards documents and agree approach and TOC.
Consider relationship to Alocom ontology
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-17:00 Continue work on RAMLET ontology

Friday  31 March

9:00-11.00 Continue work on RAMLET Ontology
 11.00-12.30
Content Packaging - Colin Smythe of the IMS to join us to talk about Public Draft 2 of the IMS Content Packaging spec, the process for standardisation, responses to LTSC comments on Public Draft 1.
 12:30-13:30
Lunch
 13:30-17:00 Continue CP discussion. If any time spare continue with work on RAMLET ontology.

Travel and venue

More information about the host venue is available at the KU Leuven website. More information about "how to get there" is also available on that site. There's also a map on maporama.com.

Nearby hotels include:

Hotel Internet access
IBIS Leuven. Brusselsestraat 52, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.29.31.11. Fax: +32.16.23.87.92. Email: H1457 at accor.com. Orange WiFi hotspot. 10€ for 2 hours.
Hotel Industrie. Martelaerenplein 7, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.22.13.49. Fax: +32.16.20.82.85. Email: info at industriehotel.be. No Internet access. However, the Hotel Mille Colonnes next door offers Internet for passersby.
Hotel Jackson's. Brusselsestraat 110-112, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.20.24.92 or +32.16.20.81.43. Fax: +32.16.23.13.29. Email: info at hoteljacksons.be. No Internet access.
Hotel La Royale. Martelaerenplein 5, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.22.12.52. Fax: +32.16.29.52.52. Email: info at laroyale.be. No Internet access. However, the Hotel Mille Colonnes next door offers Internet for passersby.
Hotel Binnenhof. Maria-Theresiastraat 65, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.20.55.92. Fax: +32.16.23.69.26. Email: info at hotelbinnenhof.be. One PC in the lobby which can be used free of charge for guests.
Hotel Boardhouse. Jules Vandenbemptlaan 6, 3001 Leuven-Heverlee. Phone: +32.16.31.44.44. Fax: +32.16.21.44.45. Email: info at boardhouse.be. WiFi, free of charge for guests.
Hotel The Lodge Heverlee. Kantinenplein 3, 3001 Leuven-Heverlee. Phone: +32.16.50.95.05. Fax: +32.16.50.95.08. Email: heverlee at lodge-hotels.be. WiFi, free of charge for guests.
Hotel Mille Colonnes. Martelarenplein 5, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.22.86.21. Fax: +32.16.22.04.34. Email: Mille.colonnes at pandora.be. In the bar, there is a computer which can be used by guests. Guests of other hotel can also use this computer against a (reasonable) fee.
De Blauwput. Martelarenlaan 11A, 3000 Leuven. Phone: +32.16.63.90.62. Fax: +32.16.63.90.64. Email: leuven@vjh.be. This is the Leuven youth hostel; it does not take advance bookings. One PC, connected to broad band, is available to guests for 1 € per half hour.

Leuven is a 20 min taxi ride from Brussels airport.  (it takes about as long to get to the center of Brussels)

In order to deal with the logistics involved, the host kindly asks you to send an email to erik DOT duval AT cs DOT kuleuven DOT be, if you plan to participate.

The host will provide sandwich lunch and coffee and would appreciate your financial support in the form of 50 euros or US dollars per person, to be paid in cash at the event. Please feel free to contact them if you have any questions regarding this meeting!


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