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Generate a Meta-Model Content for Communication Space of Learning Management System Compatible with IMS-LD

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 915)

Abstract

The context of this work is that of designing an IMS-LD meta-model for communication space of a Learning Management System (LMS). Our approach is to first think about the conditions for creating a real IMS-LD meta-model for communication space between learners, and designing the IT environment that supports this space. In this paper, we try to adapt the IMS-LD model with a communication meta-model for Learning Management System based on the social constructivism. This adaptation will go through three stages. Firstly, the development of a communication meta-model of LMS. Secondly, the study of correspondence between the developed meta-model and IMS-LD model. Finally, their transformation to IMS-LD meta-model.

Keywords

LMS Communication space IMS-LD eLearning platform Designing an IMS-LD meta-model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LIROSA Lab, Faculty of SciencesUAETetouanMorocco
  2. 2.SIGL Lab, National School of Applied SciencesUAETetouanMorocco

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