Development and evaluation of the Reload Learning Design Editor

David Griffiths, Phillip Beauvoir, Mark Barrett Baxendale, Paul Hazlewood, Amanda Oddie

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    The Reload suite of tools provides support for IMS interoperability specifications. The creation of an editor for IMS-LD posed new challenges when compared to earlier and simpler specifications. The changes which this required to the Reload architecture are identified, and its development described. The use of the Reload LD Editor by Liverpool Hope University in the LD4P project is described, and the results on evaluation of the tool with teachers outlined. This showed that teachers found the Reload editor challenging to use, but not as difficult as might have been expected. This work resulted in proposals for new interface features for Reload intended to make the tool more usable by teachers.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007
    EventThe 3rd TEN Competence Open Workshop: Current research on IMS Learning Design and Lifelong Competence Development Infrastructures - UPF, Auditori Estació de França, Barcelona, Spain
    Duration: 21 Jun 200722 Jun 2007


    ConferenceThe 3rd TEN Competence Open Workshop


    • Learning Design
    • IMS LD
    • editor
    • author
    • reload
    • evaluation


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