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Title: Towards automated specifications of scenarios in enhanced learning technology
Authors: Rius Gavidia, Àngels
Sicilia, M. Ángel
García Barriocanal, Elena
Macarro, Gonzalo
Issue Date: 16-Feb-2010
Type: Article
Citation: Rius, M.A.; Sicilia, M.A.; García, E.; Macarro, G. (2008) "Towards automated specifications of scenarios in enhanced learning technology". International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies. Vol. 3, n. 1, p. 8-78. ISSN: 1548-1093.
Abstract: Recent standardization efforts in e-learning technology have resulted in a number of specifications, however, the automation process that is considered essential in a learning management system (LMS) is a less explored one. As learning technology becomes more widespread and more heterogeneous, there is a growing need to specify processes that cross the boundaries of a single LMS or learning resource repository. This article proposes to obtain a specification orientated to automation that takes on board the heterogeneity of systems and formats and provides a language for specifying complex and generic interactions. Having this goal in mind, a technique based on three steps is suggested. The semantic conformance profiles, the business process management (BPM) diagram, and its translation into the business process execution language (BPEL) seem to be suitable for achieving it.
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