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simple sequencing
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Used by: IMS ADL General
Contributed by: Wilbert Kraan Warwick Bailey

IMS Simple Sequencing is a specification used to describe navigation paths through a collection of learning activities.

IMS Simple Sequencing is simple only because it restricts itself to the case of a single user in the role of learner and to a limited number of ways to control sequencing. More complex cases of multiple users and roles are not addressed by the specification.

A key benefit of IMS Simple Sequencing is that it allows an instructional designer to describe many different paths through one set of learning activities.

See also:
SCORM
IMS
ADL
learning object

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