Continuing from the previous posts (post 1, post 2) on standards & technologies for digital learning, accessibility and other infrastructure/languages/components are discussed. The scope of this trilogy of blog posts is to gather related standards and technologies for the field of digital learning, mapping as fully as possible, the existing solutions that any implementer of… Read More Standards & Technologies for Digital Learning (part III)
If this is the first relevant post that you’re visiting in my blog, keep the page open and right click here to open the first post of the series before reading this one! As I already discussed, this series of posts came as the answer to my need for organizing some “things” in my head! Too… Read More Standards & Technologies for Digital Learning (part II)
I have been working in the education field for quite some time now. I am mainly working with metadata but I have also been quite involved in managing technical work related to learning repositories and related apps or services for multiple audiences (K-12, adult education, etc.). For that matter, I know very well that keeping… Read More Standards & Technologies for Digital Learning (part I)
The other day, I was researching a bit on available standards that can be used to describe e-books. I found myself looking at the MLR (Metadata for Learning Resources) and the LRMI (Learning Resource Metadata Initiative). I found some interesting resources online but only a handful of blogposts that could help someone that faces the… Read More e-Learning Standards: MLR or LRMI?