ࡱ> k /bjbj &X}}+lrrrr,tx2:4H SwUwUwUwUwUwUw$6y V{ywTTTyww:T SwTSw:nw ٮ>- r^qPw<w<x#r{tP{wCETIS EC SIG Minutes Minutes of the fourth meeting of the CETIS EC SIG University of Edinburgh Friday 21st June 2002 Participants Wilma Alexander, Dick Bacon, Eddie Boyle, Lorna Campbell, John Casey, Clive Church, Eddie Clarke, Sarah Currier, Peter Douglas, Charles Duncan, Rachel Ellaway, Stan Frost, Gerry Graham, John Hughes, Gavin Inglis, Chris Jesshope, Steve Jeyes, Boon Low, Allison Littlejohn, Iain MacLaren, Erica McAteer, Sarah McConnell, Celeste McLaughlin, Andrew Middleton, Colin Milligan, Martin Morrey, Peter Ng, Bill Olivier, Ben Ryan, Niall Sclater, Jenny Slater, Ken Smith, Kristin Susilowati, Mike Thomas, Steve Walmsley. Apologies Bob Banks, Chris Bowermann, Peter Burnhill, Gayle Calverley, Adam Cooper, Kevin Donovan, Alan Ferguson, Suzanne Hardy, Sheila MacNeill, Bill McNeill, Sharon Perry, Mark Williams, Scott Wilson. Welcome and round table introductions All. Sarah Currier introduced as new EC SIG Coordinator, to start 1 July 2002. CETIS SIGs Accessibility SIG - Apologies from Sharon Perry, Accessibility SIG Coordinator. The Accessibility SIG in was recently launched in collaboration with TechDis at a very well attended inaugural meeting in Manchester. Visit the SIG website for further details:  HYPERLINK "http://celt.bangor.ac.uk/accessibility/introduction.html" http://celt.bangor.ac.uk/accessibility/introduction.html Assessment SIG - Report by Boon Low, Assessment SIG Coordinator. The next meeting of the Assessment SIG will take place at the University of Loughborough on the 8th of July. This meeting coincides with the annual Computer Aided Assessment Conference. Metadata SIG - Report by Jenny Slater, Metadata SIG Coordinator. The Metadata SIG is currently undertaking a survey of metadata usage within UK FE/HE. All interested parties are encouraged to fill in the metadata survey at  HYPERLINK "http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/~philb/cetis-md-dev/use-qnr.htm" http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/~philb/cetis-md-dev/use-qnr.htm. The next meeting of the Metadata SIG will take place on the 16th of July, at the University of Newcastle. FE Focus Group - Report by Clive Church, FE Focus Group Coordinator. PowerPoint presentation:  HYPERLINK "http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624160354" http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624160354 There is an NLN Content Interoperability Conference on July 11/12. See NLN website for further details:  HYPERLINK "http://www.nln.ac.uk/displaynews.asp?id=220" http://www.nln.ac.uk/displaynews.asp?id=220 IMS Quarterly Meeting, Boston - Report by Lorna Campbell and Bill Olivier. The priority at this meeting was harmonisation and integration of the different specs. The next IMS Quarterly Meeting includes an IMS Open Technical Forum & Member Exchange. The Technical Forum is open to all; contact  HYPERLINK "mailto:lisa@imsglobal.org" lisa@imsglobal.org by July 15th if you want to attend. The IMS Accessibility Working Group are also having an open meeting at Sheffield Hallam University on the 2nd of July. Discussion The discussion focused on changes within IMS and the creation of conformance testing centres within the UK. High Level Skills for Industry Digital Repository - Presentation with demo by Steve Walmsley & technical issues by Ben Ryan. This project is being supported by the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Development Agency. PowerPoint presentation:  HYPERLINK "http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624160000" http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624160000 Flash demo: Go to EC SIG web site, scroll down to Files, click on High Level Skills for Industry Project Flash Demonstration (zip file) to download. Discussion: At present the project has automated metadata capture for technical data. They intend to produce more support for other metadata fields, including a framework. The project partners are very hot on the automation of this, and it is high on their priority list. Media with proprietary plug-ins can be stored, but if such content requires its own authoring tool, there is no facility within the repository for this yet. Content would have to be downloaded and edited by the individual user in this case. At present information capture and delivery is the focus of the project. The project is using Xlink, which utilises JavaScript. There were questions regarding the accessibility issues with this. The project has a new partner funded to address these issues. The project could produce something not dependent on JavaScript, but this would entail a loss of functionality. There was a suggestion that pressure should be applied instead to, for instance, the producers of screen readers to enable reading of JavaScript, as this problem is becoming a headache for everyone! The repository is using the full IMS Meta-data spec but its capture process doesnt fully support all of it yet: its too much. They are sticking with this one spec. The subject specialist authors of the content are adding the metadata. At present the content is focussed on engineering, but other subject areas will be added. Developing an EML Authoring and Content Management Environment Conference, Valkenburg, Netherlands - Conference report by Lorna Campbell and Steve Jeyes. PowerPoint presentation:  HYPERLINK "http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624161011" http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624161011 Discussion: There was a question as to whether EML is open to community influence in the same way as IMS. While it is not at present, the EML specification is freely available from the OUNLs website and there are no restrictions on developers who wish to implement the spec. EML has also been adopted by IMS as the basis for its Learning Design specification. Several people were of the opinion that EML itself has captured everything one might want to do in an educational environment, although this may change in 5 years or so. It has been tested against a large group of pedagogies. EML is capable of accommodating different pedagogies and multiple users and offers an alternative but complimentary model to SCORM, which primarily caters for single users. EML is not open source, but it is published and can be used with no restrictions. Users need to register themselves, as a way of building a register of people who are implementing it. Implementing EML - An implementation of EML was demod live by Charles Duncan, with Peter Douglas and Martin Morrey of Intrallect Ltd. PowerPoint presentation:  HYPERLINK "http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624163604" http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020624163604 Discussion: The implementation shown included a course used in both Europe and Africa. In Europe the course is delivered online, in Africa the course is delivered on CD ROM and therefore there is no access to an online discussion facility. There was a question on how this worked, i.e., if the pedagogy states that its good to use discussion at a certain point in the course, what happens when you leave it out. Can you include it in a different way (e.g. face-to-face discussion in the African context)? CD responded that the course designer lets the implementer know what facilities will be required. There was a question as to why this implementation had used QTI, given that EML has a powerful framework for assessments. CD responded that they found they couldnt get as much interactivity as they wanted without QTI. It was also pointed out that QTI has done a lot of the groundwork necessary, which CD agreed with. He said that they could have used EML like a programming language and generated different types of questions, but then they wouldnt have been standard. Using QTI, which does have these question types specified, is standard. However, they got to the stage where even QTI didnt cover everything they wanted. Bill Olivier pointed out that tests are the main part of QTI, but that then you need results. Both tests and results are there in EML. He suggested a cross-SIG exploration of QTI / EML. Bill Olivier asked whether they had used the content model. CD said that they did, but that they didnt use the full description (who; what; why; where; when). Steve Jeyes asked (wrt ICONEXs interactive content work) about navigation around interactions, e.g. sending user to content relevant to a question, if they get the answer wrong. CD replied that it would be possible to do that, but that theyve kept it linear in this implementation because it was easier. CD stated that he was happy for their implementation to be used as an example. IMS Learning Design - Report by Bill Olivier. Update on the progress of IMS Learning Design spec, and its relationship to the OUNLs EML, IMS Simple Sequencing and SCORM. Common Framework Developments - Presentation by Gerry Graham, LTScotland. PowerPoint presentation:  HYPERLINK "http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020625151257" http://www.cetis.ac.uk/groups/20010809144711/FR20020625151257 The presentation put forward the case for a cross-sectoral common framework for cooperation and sharing of use of specs and standards. Focused on the development of a national spine for educational level. Discussion: Various ideas for encouraging and promoting the common framework idea were put forward and discussed, including: Use MEG & the CETIS SIGs as a way of bringing people together, rather than setting up a whole new body. Tie to staff development. Use both top-down (e.g. Bectas work in FE) and bottom-up (tying together common practice in a central place) approaches. Utilise the UKOLN metadata schema registry and crosswalk service. Use the web form survey the Metadata SIG is using to record peoples experiences with individual fields. Develop our own UK-wide guidelines to encourage common practice. Watch for developments at HILT Phase II:  HYPERLINK "http://hilt.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/index2.html" http://hilt.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/index2.html, the follow-up to the HILT project, which is developing a mapping service for cross-sectoral subject terminologies, particularly at collection level. It was pointed out that working together on such a common framework as suggested will promote the development of individual communities. Future Events Lorna M. Campbell CETIS has allocated funding for a content packaging plug fest / code bash and public vendor event which will build on the Content Exchange Evaluation previously commissioned by the EC SIG. These events will be planned and coordinated by CETIS central in collaboration with the EC SIG. SIG members and commercial vendors will be encouraged to participate in both events. LMC will inform the SIG once CETIS starts planning these events. Date and Venue of Next Meeting To be decided. Offers of a venue to Sarah Currier. Sarah Currier EC SIG Coordinator  HYPERLINK "mailto:lmc@strath.ac.uk" sarah.currier@strath.ac.uk and Lorna M. 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