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Open Integration Environment for E-Learning Products and Services

Encarnação, José L. and Urban, Bodo and Encarnação, L. Miguel (2004):
Open Integration Environment for E-Learning Products and Services.
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, pp. 378-395, [Book Section]

Abstract

Lifelong learning in the currently evolving knowledge society is rapidly becoming a basic requirement for industry's transforming workforce. The resulting revolution of training and education towards learner-tailored anytime-anyplace provision of new media learning content and services creates many challenges for the specification, design and implementation of platforms, tools and learning materials. Various standardization initiatives are beginning to address those challenges, yet do not sufficiently attend to the requirements of a global education market, in which the localization of content and services, i.e. their adaptation to local requirements is of major significance. We are proposing an Open Integration Environment for E-Learning Products and Services that can serve as a platform for addressing those needs, together with The International Certificate Program for New Media (ICPNM) as a test bed and at the same time a potential best-practice case towards future learning provision for the global education market.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2004
Creators: Encarnação, José L. and Urban, Bodo and Encarnação, L. Miguel
Title: Open Integration Environment for E-Learning Products and Services
Language: English
Abstract:

Lifelong learning in the currently evolving knowledge society is rapidly becoming a basic requirement for industry's transforming workforce. The resulting revolution of training and education towards learner-tailored anytime-anyplace provision of new media learning content and services creates many challenges for the specification, design and implementation of platforms, tools and learning materials. Various standardization initiatives are beginning to address those challenges, yet do not sufficiently attend to the requirements of a global education market, in which the localization of content and services, i.e. their adaptation to local requirements is of major significance. We are proposing an Open Integration Environment for E-Learning Products and Services that can serve as a platform for addressing those needs, together with The International Certificate Program for New Media (ICPNM) as a test bed and at the same time a potential best-practice case towards future learning provision for the global education market.

Publisher: Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York
Uncontrolled Keywords: Lifelong learning, International education, E-Learning, Standardization
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:04
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