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An Information Architecture for Validating Courseware

@inproceedings{Melia2007AnIA,
  title={An Information Architecture for Validating Courseware},
  author={Mark Melia and Claus Pahl},
  booktitle={LODE},
  year={2007}
}
  • Mark Melia, Claus Pahl
  • Published in LODE 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Courseware validation should locate Learning Objects inconsistent with the courseware instructional design being used. In order for validation to take place it is necessary to identify the implicit and explicit information needed for validation. In this paper, we identify this information and formally define an information architecture to model courseware validation information explicitly. This promotes tool-support for courseware validation and its interoperability with the courseware… CONTINUE READING

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