Vytautas Reklaitis

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There is a set of e-learning standards varying on the level of complexity, detail of description and means for technical implementations. These standards open up new levels of content description, data presentation as well as have impact on reuse and interoperability of e-learning content. E-learning standards such as IMS, SCORM, IEEE LTSC METADATA, DUBLIN(More)
The paper discusses technical issues related to establishment of e-learning services on a grid. The XML based technology for implementation of e_learning application in the form of web service is analyzed from the perspective of making an application grid-aware. The special e_learning repository service is proposed as a technique for coordinated use of(More)
Since establishment of World Wide Web a number of e-learning tools and resources have been created and successfully used in every educational institution. Established standards such as IMS and SCORM currently provide means for e-learning asset portability and reuse. Most of such implementations have a database back-end. Data from such a back-end RDBMS can(More)
In this paper we discuss the TestTool system as an established testing system model, the one that is being used in real educational settings and supports self-assessment as well as testing learning practices. We then elaborate how this learning object-based system is being re-engineered and extended within the context of Web service oriented architecture.(More)
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