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ALT Workshop 'Using XML for Educational Content Management'

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Using XML for Educational Content Management
This one-day workshop considers the use of XML in the context of educational content management and demonstrates how XML can be used for creating and searching reusable course content. XML-based standards and specifications such as MathML, IMS Question and Test Interoperability, Content Packaging and Meta-data, will be introduced. The workshop aims at the end-users of tools that supports the above specifications and focuses on two practical sessions: the authoring/rendering of assessment content, and the use of packaging and meta-data tools to create and aggregate course content.

For further details contact:
Helen Harwood -
ALT Administration, Oxford Brookes University,
Headington, OXFORD OX3 0BP, UK.
Fax: 01865 484165

Date: 24 October, 2002
Venue: University of Strathclyde
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