Our metadata expert Dr. Nikos Palavitsinis, was invited to hold a focused training related to metadata annotation and metadata enrichment for digital learning resources.
In the context of Eummena’s consultancy for the Future Gate initiative, but also our long-lasting interest in metadata (!), we have worked on an application profile for the LRMI for Future Gate.
MLR is a multi-standard prepared by subcommittee SC36 of the Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC1, Information Technology for Learning, Education and Training (source) that can be retrieved here. The MLR is an international standard for the biggest part (some parts pending), so this is a huge plus for anyone that is looking to implement it.
Continuing from the previous posts (post 1, post 2, post 3) on standards for e-learning, accessibility is discussed in this one. The scope of these posts was to gather related standards and technologies for the field of e-learning, mapping as fully as possible, the existing solutions that any implementer of relevant services/software, needs to take into consideration.
This is the third post of a series of posts on standards used in the field of e-learning. In this post, we briefly discuss interoperability standards together with learning goals, skills & competences. We encourage you to share this post but also send us comments and feedback through Eummena’s social media!
This is the second post of a series of posts on standards used in the field of e-learning. In this post, we briefly discuss content packaging & metadata quality. We encourage you to share this post but also send us comments and feedback through Eummena’s social media!
In the context of Eummena’s work in the field of e-Learning, this blog post as well as the other two that will follow, tries to offer a comprehensive look at standards used in the field of e-Learning.