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This section proposes several documents regarding different aspects of the implementation of the IMS Learning Design specification. Three profiles can be distinguished, the newcomer who wants to get a general introduction, the user interested in adapting existing Units of Learning and templates and finally the course designer who wants to learn to develop new Units of Learning compliant to the IMS Learning Design Specification.

The documents are organized to indicate an efficient reading sequence for each user profile.

General Guidance
1. Introduction to IMS Learning Design
2. Methodological Guide 

Reusing Units of Learning and Templates
1. Introduction to IMS Learning Design
2. Methodological Guide
3. Introduction to MOT+LD 
4. PALOMA Guide to Metatagging 
5. LD-Classification Explanations
6. Skill and Cognitive Strategy Definitions 
7. Best Practices

Developing New Learning Designs
1. Introduction to IMS Learning Design
2. Methodological Guide
3. MOT+LD Modelling Technique 
4. Instructional Design Principles 
5. Structured Description Guide and Template
6. PALOMA Guide to Metatagging 
7. LD-Classification Definitions 
8. Skills / Cognitive Strategy Definitions
9. Best Practices

 Project Team

Scientific Directors :
Gilbert Paquette, Olga Marino
Project Manager :
Suzanne Lapointe
Researchers and Designers :
Ileana De la Teja, Michel Leonard, Karin Lundgren-Cayrol

Collaboration to the project

CSLPConcordia University
Phil Abrami, Principal Investigator
Johannes Strobel, Principal Investigator
Gretchen Lowerison,
Marie-Claude Lavoie,
Roger Cote,
Edward Bethel

Laboratory for Ontological Research - SFU Surrey
Griff Richards, Principal Investigator
Colin Knight, Research Assistant


This project is financed by :

  This project is financed by Industry Canada

Technologie Cogigraph Inc.

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