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1484.11.1-2004

by IEEE LTSC — last modified 2007-11-06 00:28 Copyright 2005

IEEE Standard for Learning Technology—Data Model for Content to Learning Management System Communication

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IEEE Standard No.: 1484.11.1-2004
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This Standard describes a data model to support the interchange of data elements and their values between a content object and a runtime service (RTS). It is based on a current industry practice called “computer managed instruction” (CMI). The work on which this Standard is based was developed to support a client/server environment in which a learning technology system, generically called a learning management system (LMS), delivers digital content, called content objects, to learners. The data model supports learner data and preferences, interactions, objectives, content-object entry, exit, and status information, time parameters, and scores.

Keywords: computer managed instruction (CMI), content object, data model, interoperability, learning content, learning management system (LMS), runtime service (RTS)

Copyright 2005, IEEE. Cite/attribute Resource. LTSC, I. (2007, March 15). 1484.11.1-2004. Retrieved December 26, 2008, from IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee Web site: https://www.ieeeltsc.org/standards/1484-11-1-2004. All Rights Reserved.

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