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IMS Meta-data, Content Packaging & Enterprise: An introductory course

"While the development of good learning content is important, its effective and efficient delivery to the point of learning is essential. This delivery requires the packaging of the content, labelling of the materials and control of the learning session. The aim of this course is to introduce and review the key IMS specifications that support the exchange of content and course information within the organisation based upon the IMS Learning Resource Meta-data, IMS Content Packaging and IMS Enterprise specifications."

"This course is for managers who are responsible for the development or usage of distributed on-line learning systems. It is also designed to help users decide how they should expect vendors to use IMS specifications to provide more flexible and useful learning content, applications and systems."

Date: 25 September, 2001
Venue: Florence, Italy
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