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Title: eContent Developers Different Perspectives


1
eContent Developers Different Perspectives
  • The FE Dimension
  • Clive Church and Steve Jeyes
  • eLearning Managers, Edexcel International.
  • Co-ordinators, CETIS FE Focus Group,
  • Newark and Sherwood College.

2
Learning and Skills Council
  • Funds all post 16 education (apart from Higher
    Education)
  • further education
  • adult and community education
  • work based learning
  • UFI/ Learndirect
  • School VIth forms (from April 2002)
  • Budget 5.5 billion.
  • Provide 40 JISC funding
  • Widening Participation and Inclusive Learning
    (accessibility) a major priority.
  • Numeracy, literacy, 16 -24 participation

3
eLearning
  • UFI/ Learndirect
  • hundreds of on line courses
  • 200 000 learners (10 000 enrolments per week)
  • NLN/ UK FE ILT Content Development
  • 6 million
  • MLE Interoperability Projects 2001
  • All aiming for IMS compliance.

4
On line Content
  • Electronic Paper
  • One size fits all
  • Learning Style ?
  • Application Area ?
  • Prescriptive route
  • Inaccessible
  • Disengages tutor
  • Considered Total Solution

5
COURSE 3
Levels of Content IMS LO Metadata Aggregation
Level
validator
LEARNING EPISODE 2
student
tutor
LEARNING Assembly
CHUNK (CONTENT OBJECT)

author
DIGITAL CONTENT 1
Repositories
6
  • The Chunk
  • Sharable Content Object (SCORM)
  • Reusable Learning Object (EML)
  • Learning Object (DNER)
  • interactive
  • multimedia rich
  • discoverable
  • accessible
  • interoperable

CHUNK (CONTENT OBJECT)

Repositories
7
Learning Assembly For use in a college
learning centre
Exercises
Ohms Law Interaction
Instruction to Students
Theory Atoms Electrons
Theory Ohms Law
8
The Options
Content Management ( other VLE functions)
MIS Legacy Systems
Learning Flow/ Organisation (EML)
.

Content Packaging ( QTI)
Repositories (Content Tests)
9
Producing Assemblies from repositories
TUTOR
DNER
Colleges
Publishers
CGFL
NGFL
UfI
NLN
Repositories of Content and Tests
10
Content and Style
Rendering
Interactive Simulation
The XML
11
Accessibility application of standards
Appropriate Content Style Sheets (XSL)
Content packaged, customised learning experience,
managed by a delivery system
Metadata fields to fine tune content selection
LIP containing Disability Info
Appropriate Test Template (QTI)
Appropriate Learning Pathway (EML)
12
Repository opening screen
13
Repository Content screen
14
Education Metadata screen
15
Repository Path screen
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  • Greater choice of content
  • Greater quality of education
  • Development of exemplars
  • New culture
  • Content available
  • Spectrum of delivery methods
  • Added value
  • Focus on developing learning

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Contacts
  • CETIS Groups www.cetis.ac.uk
  • Content lmc_at_strath.ac.uk
  • Assessment n.sclater_at_strath.ac.uk
  • Metadata jenny_at_ltsneng.ac.uk
  • FE cchurch_at_newark.ac.uk
  • jeyesint_at_ntlworld.com
  • ICONEX www.iconex.hull.ac.uk
  • Xtensis www.xor.ltd.uk
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