Paper accepted at ALT-C conference
A paper that I have written together with Petra Oberhuemer "Bridging the divide in language and approach between pedagogy and programming: the case of IMS Learning Design" was accepted at the Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C). In this paper, we describe some analyses regarding the IMS Learning Design specification. The analyses had the goal to bring level B concepts of the specification closer to the view of teaching practitioners. The results of the analyses have been worked into the modelling software Graphical Learning Modeller, namely to create easy access interfaces for learning designers that enable them to employ level B functionalities in their learning designs.
The anonymous reviewer(s) of our paper encouraged us (among other comments) to make the critical points regarding IMS Learning Design more explicit. We did that, and now an amended version of the paper received full acceptance as a research paper.