CONTENT-DRIVEN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE OF E-LEARNING APPLICATIONS

C. Pahl∗

Keywords

E-learning, learning technology systems, learning objects, software service architecture, ontologies, modelling

Abstract

E-learning applications combine content with learning technology systems to support the creation of content and its delivery to the learner. In the future, we can expect the distinction between learning content and its supporting infrastructure to become blurred. Content objects will interact with infrastructure services as independent objects. Our solution to the development of e-learning applications – content-driven design and architecture – is based on content-centric ontological modelling and development of architectures. Knowledge and modelling will play an important role in the development of content and architectures. Our approach integrates content with interaction (in technical and educational terms) and services (the principle organization for a system architecture), based on techniques from different fields, including software engineering, learning design, and knowledge engineering.

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