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Unas siglas para empezar

Module by: Adolfo Muñoz Aguilar. E-mail the author

Summary: Una introducción aclaratoria sobre los diseños de aprendizaje centrada en IMS Leargnin Design.

Las siglas IMS son habituales y cotidianas, pero sorprendentemente a veces olvidamos su signficado y entonces nos resulta complicado descifrarlas. La cuestión es que la lectura correcta no sería IMS sino IMS Project: Proyecto de Sistemas para la Gestión del Aprendizaje (Instructional Management Systems)

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Proyecto de Sistemas de Gestión de Aprendizaje

De EDUCAUSE a IMS/GLC

El proyecto que se origina en EDUCAUSE con el objeto de estandarizar contenidos de aprendizaje en seguida amplia sus participantes y extiende sus objetivos. De esta forma adquiere una entidad propia que queda institucionalizada e identificada bajo el nombre IMS/Global Learging Consortium. Será más conocido por sus iniciales IMS/GLS o IMS/Global.

Especificaciones de IMS

El objetivo de las especificaciones es facilitar y posibilitar la interoperabilidad de aplicaciones y servicios en un entorno de eneseñanza distribuido. A continuación relacionamos las principales indicando entre paréntesis la fecha de su primer borrador y estado de la última versión:

Definition 1: IMS Meta Data Specification
(Agosto 1999, v1.3 Final) Define el conjunto demetadatos de un recurso de aprendizaje y su organizadción conformes con IEEE.
Definition 2: IMS Enterprise Specification
(Agosto 1999, v1.0 Final) Establece el punto de partida de una institución educativa definiendo el modelo de datos que permite la integración y el intercambio entre el LMS y los sistemas de gestión
Definition 3: IMS Content Packaging
(Febrero 2000, v1.2 Draft) Permitir la distribución empaquetada de contenidos reutilizables e intercambiables
Definition 4: IMS Question & Test Interoperatibility
(Febrero 2000, v2.1 Draft) Estructura la representación de cuestionarios de evaluación posibilitando el uso de baterias de pregunstas, registro de respuestas y evaluación electrónica, de forma que los resultados sean intercambiables entre diferentes LMS.
Definition 5: IMS Learner Information Package Specification
(Marzo 2001, v1.0.1 Final) Define el empaquetado de la información referente a alumno, tanto personal como la generada durante el procesos de aprendizaje. Permite la circulación de expedientes entre distitnos sistemas.
Definition 6: IMS Digital Repositories
(Agosto 2002, v1 Final) Define metadatos y estructura de los repositorios digitales de forma que se permite el acceso al mismo desde otro con independencia de su estructura interna.
Definition 7: IMS Learning Design
(Octubre 2002, v1.0 Draft) Describe el diseño pedagógico de manera que se pueda codificar en un LMS.

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