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25 Jun 2014 Wilbert Kraan
During last week’s CETIS conference I ran a session that assessed how ebooks can function as an educational medium beyond the paper textbook. After reminding ourselves that etextbooks are not yet as widespread as ebook novels, and that paper books generally are still more widely read, we examined what ebook features make a good educational […]
Assessment Packaged Content Mobile Learning Assessment (Technology) Standards
06 Nov 2013 Wilbert Kraan
During last week’s EDUPUB workshop, I presented a demo of how an IMS QTI 2.1 question item could be embedded in an EPUB3 e-book in a way that is engaging, but also works across many e-book readers. Here’s the why and how. One of the most immediately obvious differences between a regular book and an […]
Assessment Packaged Content Mobile Learning Assessment (Technology) Widgets Standards
03 May 2013 Wilbert Kraan
With the QTI 2.1 specification finalised and released, we’re seeing significant global investment in tools that implement the spec. Tools developed by JISC projects have been central. It has taken a while, but since March this year, IMS Question and Test Interoperability 2.1 has been released as a final specification. That means that people can […]
Assessment Assessment (Technology) Standards
21 Jan 2013 Wilbert Kraan
With most software development project in the JISC Assessment & Feedback programme drawing to a close, it’s a good time to look at some common themes in their findings. There’s a small, but perfectly formed little cluster of four projects in ‘strand C’ of the Assessment & Feedback programme. Strand C is the techy corner, […]
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16 Mar 2012 Wilbert Kraan
As the QTI 2.1 specification gets ready for final release, and new communities start picking it up, conforming tools demonstrated their interoperability at the JISC - CETIS 2012 conference.
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