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Clustering Projects for eLearning Interoperability: Profile on PlumX
Title: Clustering Projects for eLearning Interoperability
Authors: Alier Forment, Marc
Mayol, Enric
Casañ Guerrero, Maria Jose
Piguillem, Jordi
Merriman, Jeffrey W.
Conde González, Miguel Ángel
García-Peñalvo, Francisco José
Tebbens, Wouter
Severance, Charles
Keywords: e-Learning
Interoperabilidad
Interoperability
Estándares abiertos
Open standards
Fuentes abiertas
Open source
Software gratuito
Free software
LMS
Sakai
Moodle
IMS
LTI
SOA
OKI
Software como servicio
Software as a service
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Alier, M., Mayol, E., Casañ, M.J.,Piguillem, J., Merriman, J. W., Conde, M. A., GarciaPeñalvo, F.J., Tebbens, W., Severances, C. (2012) Clustering Projects for eLearning Interoperability. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 18, 1, 106-122
Abstract: [ES]Desde el principio de la disciplina, el eLearning ha sido un campo novedoso que ha generado nuevo software, sistemas, contenidos y herramientas con los que se está experimentando. la interoperabilidad se convierte, en este contexto, en un problema. Los sistemas consolidados y empleados regularmente tienen que ser capaces de interoperar con otros nuevos. Este artículo trata sobre cómo varias investigaciones y lproyectos de desarrollo se reunieron para encontrar una solución a este problema, proporcionando especificaciones abiertas y normas, además de ibre, implementaciones de referencia de código abierto.
[EN] Since the beginning of the discipline, eLearning has been about innovation. New software, systems, contents and tools are being created and experimented with and in constant evolution. But when systems, contents and tools become successful and part of the regular infrastructure of educational institutions, interoperability becomes an issue. Systems that are consolidated and regularly used need to be able to interoperate with new ones. And the new tendencies need to fit within the current infrastructure. This paper states how several research and development projects with heterogeneous funding sources and locations worldwide, gathered together to find a solution to this common problem, providing open specifications and standards, plus Free/Libre, Open Source reference implementations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10366/121861
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