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Title: A catalogue of Primitive Scenario-Types : The First Step to the Automation of Learning Scenarios
Authors: Rius Gavidia, Àngels
Sicilia, M. Ángel
García Barriocanal, Elena
Issue Date: 2007
Type: Part or chapter of book
Citation: RIUS, M.A.; SICÍLIA, M.A.; GARCÍA-BARRIOCANAL, E. (2007). "A catalogue of Primitive Scenario-Types. The First Step to the Automation of Learning Scenarios". In: CARLINER, S.; BASTIAENS, T. Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate Government, Healthcare and Higher Education (E-Learn 2007). Québec: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. P. 6.954- 6.959. ISBN 978-1-880094-63-1.
Abstract: Issues such as the standardization of Learning Objects (LO) and their reusability have been the target of numerous and important contributions by experts in the area. Other issues also related to LMS (Learning Management Systems), and on which there is not much knowledge is that of the automation of processes that usually occur in these kinds of systems and their boundaries. In this sense and with the aim of achieving executable process specifications, this paper presents a catalogue of basic or primitive scenarios that will be the basis of a wide and more complete catalogue.
Description: Peer-reviewed
ISBN: 978-1-880094-63-1
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