Tectonic shift think tank/Tech requirements/Interoperability
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Problems with SCORM
- almost unimplementable;
- too many variants on implementation on 'player' side.
- bells & whistles just don't work with any regularity => interoperability is actually broken.
IMS Content Packaging
- lowest common denominator
- works on many systems
- nothing particularly educational about it IMS (ultimately a benefit)
- no support in MediaWiki
- Support standards (XHTML,
- no support for packaging of any kind?
- wiki content(s) -> XML (in the works)
- requires XML step
From the community chatroom
<kevingamble> any discussion of openID and when we might see it?
<kim_register> I think several of the participants are from different platforms and projects <kim_register> but it might be nice to have a small pilot project where several people work together and can actually test to see if their systems are cooperating
<ChuckBearden> To what extent are interopability problems solved by open standards, whether data standards (content and metadata markup, e.g.) or APIs? <ChuckBearden> Are they enough to create interoperability?
<yeoman> have you thought about incorporating learning object metadata into mediawiki? (I've looked into it) see http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Learning_object_metadata ... that's the IEEE standard... I think it's current. <kevingamble> we wrote a LOM extension that maps the required Dublin Core metadata elements - so not all of the elements. It works for our purposes. <kevingamble> mapped them to the DC best we could. it wasn't a perfect fit. LOM actually was better though. Nothing is required for it to parse.