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eLearning: Strategy, Development and Standards

A workshop about the Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) e-learning specifications. The workshop will offer two strands. One, aimed at software developers and other information technologists. The second strand is aimed at educational and industry leaders and decision-makers, and will address the overall educational standards and specifications landscape.

The overall aim is to introduce the OKI specs to a UK audience and allow the developers to get a taste of how it works, and the managers an idea of how OKI is influencing and supporting e-learning infrastructure activities in the UK.

Date: 22 April, 2004
Venue: Cambridge, UK
Contact email: c.dennis@cmi.cam.ac.uk

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