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|* \-portfolio, life-long competency framework, content repositories, curriculum and e-learning content exchange formats and vocabularies, assessment and accessibility; |
|- Ee-Learning standards observatory. |
|The ESOs are invited to further develop European standards and supporting activities for e-learning by strengthening industry and stakeholder participation and by ensuring that European requirements are properly addressed by global standards activities in National Bodies, IEEE LTSC and in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36 and in initiatives such as IEEE LTSC, IMS Global Learning Consortium and LETSI (the steward of SCORM). The value of informal consortia and community grass-roots specification efforts that support interoperability should be recognised, such as Microformats, projects such as XCRI, CDM, EMIL and informal API development within the Web 2.0 community. |
|There should be avoidance of the creation of an education silo in relation to interoperability and a recognition of the value of adopting, investigating and adapting technical standards, specifications, and interoperability mechanisms from other sectors. |
|Technology-enhanced learning is gaining importance and relevance as the unique learning opportunity for a growing number of learning scenarios and use cases and in addition it is becoming an integral and requested part in almost all learning, education, and training. To avoid the creation of an education silo the main focus of standardization should be on strengthen the interoperability and the quality development in e-learning. There should be a recognition of the value of adopting, investigating and adapting standards, specifications, processes, concepts and mechanisms from other sectors on technology, interoperability, and quality. |
Areas of interest include:
|* conceptual and technical frameworks, e-portfolio, life-long competency framework, quality assurance and development, content repositories, curriculum and e-learning content exchange formats and vocabularies, learner mobility, assessment and accessibility; |
|- E-Learning * e-Learning standards observatory and other activities that attempt to overcome the gaps left by standardization, such as the construction of libraries, toolkits, and services that enhance interoperability. |