Five domains of core functionality:
- interoperability and integration_the system has to be open to allow different kinds of expressions (…) interoperability has four dimensions: transferable content, easiness of use, learning environment as a source of data, creation of interoperability standards.
- personalization_it is highly dependant interoperability (…) it encompasses two aspects: the configuration (at all levels: individual, departmental, divisional, institutional and consortium) and outfitting of the learning environment and adaptive learning (coaching and suggestions specific learners’ needs)
- analytics, advising & learning assessment_Data: Dispositional, Course Activity and Engagement, Student Artifacts, all intended here in two dimensions: learning analytics and integrated planning as in institutional capability to create shared ownership
- collaboration_as a lead design goal (…) it doesn’t simply involve peers but also institutional collaborations (…) the usual walled garden system allows more freedom for content sharing but learning in social settings seems to be of great value
- accessibility & universal design_ for inclusion, addressing accessibility means framing the learner both as receiver and as creator of content
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