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Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
Building Interoperable tools Using Standards
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    • 1. Toward the Cloud - Teaching and Learning Software Using Standards Dr. Charles Severance Clinical Associate Professor University of Michigan School of Information www.dr-chuck.com http://www.slideshare.net/csev
    • 2. Case Study: Amanda Severance • Senior in Special Education • Technology in the Classroom Curse • Eleven different accounts • Setup required technical support2:35
    • 3. Case Study: Amanda Severance • Senior in Special Education • Technology in the Classroom Curse • Eleven different accounts • Setup required technical support2:35
    • 4. LEARNING TOOL OR CONTENThttp://www.flickr.com/photos/lauradye/4917754427/
    • 5. A Bit of Personal History...
    • 6. 1995 http://www.vimeo.com/4275919
    • 7. Sync-O-Matic www.syncomat.com1997
    • 8. Title: Using Asynchronous, Web-based, Video to Humanize Distance Education1998
    • 9. 1999 http://www-personal.umich.edu/~csev/csev/projects/cb2k/index.htm
    • 10. 2001 http://bit.ly/gGQ1e7
    • 11. 2003
    • 12. 2003
    • 13. 2004
    • 14. Dr. Chuck Travel 2004-2006
    • 15. 2006
    • 16. 2006
    • 17. 2006
    • 18. Cat Herding2007 Ant Farm
    • 19. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 20. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 21. Self-Service Exit InterviewBring enterprise-level open source LMS into the MarketCollect bright worldwide developer community and achievesufficient adoption for sustainabilityEnable the rapid creation of new tools 2007Create a "Learning Tool App Store"Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 22. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007 Create a "Learning Tool App Store" Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 23. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007X Create a "Learning Tool App Store" Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 24. Self-Service Exit Interview Bring enterprise-level open source LMS into the Market Collect bright worldwide developer community and achieve sufficient adoption for sustainabilityX Enable the rapid creation of new tools 2007X Create a "Learning Tool App Store"X Empower teachers to write, share and use lots of tools
    • 25. 2007-2008
    • 26. Teach Relax Reflect Recharge2007-2008
    • 27. 2007
    • 28. Tools Commercial Interoperability Common Publishers Cartridge LMS Open Source Standards2008 www.imsglobal.org
    • 29. The end of the LMS as we know it....
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    • 36. Early Work on Standards • IMS Learning Tools Interoperability • Lots of convincing and cajoling (and beer) • Sakai, Blackboard, Moodle, ...2009 http://www.vimeo.com/7825070 1:47
    • 37. 2010
    • 38. 2010
    • 39. Joseph Berkovitz<info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.comLTI
    • 40. Joseph Berkovitz<info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.comLTI
    • 41. Joseph Berkovitz <info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.com4:38 http://videos.noteflight.com/MoodleBasicLTI.mov
    • 42. Enagaging open source, creatingstandards, engaging propretary vendors, evangelizing ideas, doing demos, all are important activities...
    • 43. Enagaging open source, creatingstandards, engaging propretary vendors, evangelizing ideas, doing demos, all are important activities... my long-term goal is to empowerteachers and learners as to how theyselect, use and expand, technology to help themselves teach and learn...
    • 44. 20041995 2008 2011 1997
    • 45. App Store for Learning Applications
    • 46. Thank You Dr. Charles SeveranceUniversity of Michigan School of Information www.dr-chuck.com

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