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IEEE LTSC
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Learning Technology Standards Committee of IEEE

The IEEE LTSC (http://ltsc.ieee.org/index.html) consists of working groups
that develop technical standards in approximately 20 different areas of
information technology for learning, education and training. Their aim is
to facilitate the development, use, maintenance and interoperation of
educational resources. LTSC has been chartered by the IEEE Computer Society
Standards ActivityBoard. (http://www.computer.org/standards/)The IEEE
(http://www.ieee.org/)is a leading authority in technical areas, including
computer engineering. Many of the standards developed by LTSC will be
advanced as international standards by ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36 - Information
Technology for Learning, Education, and Training (http://jtc1sc36.org/).

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