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A validation process should not lead to blind acceptance or rejections. You want analyses and recommendations; periodically evaluated by users and standardization organizations.

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Validation

  1. 1. egg of Columbus? Standards
  2. 2. Implementation of standards …but where to start…
  3. 3. The quality of the implementation of standards In short: a story about a chicken, an egg and a pan. A story about validation and about the questions like when something is conformant and when not and when something is good and when not.
  4. 4. An authoring tool a learning object and a learning environment One takes…
  5. 5. …ends up to be a tasty results A good implementation of standards
  6. 6. There are divergent implementation of standards …but not for contentPretty authoring tools…
  7. 7. There are divergent implementation of standards …it might not play your content very well. And even though a player uses a standard…
  8. 8. There are divergent implementation of standards …can not always be played in your playerOpen content… …or maybe it can be provided you use the right wrapper
  9. 9. There are divergent implementation of standards You might even have real pretty players…
  10. 10. There are divergent implementation of standards …but will every content fit? You might even have real pretty players…
  11. 11. There are divergent implementation of standards Some divergent implementations might give the same result…
  12. 12. There are divergent implementation of standards …but sometimes you just know that some implementations are never going to work.
  13. 13. But even a good implementation of standards …might result in failure when used the wrong way.
  14. 14. What does all this mean for validation? Standards ?
  15. 15. Validation
  16. 16. Validation You can’t validate everything… and it doesn’t always matter…
  17. 17. Validation You can’t validate everything… and it doesn’t always matter… Leaving room for innovation might even lead to unexpected paradigm shifts
  18. 18. Recommendations • Validation shows you if implementations of standards will result in actual interoperability. …Most of the time… • …for it is also clear you can’t predict all pre- conditions on forehand. • So a validation process should not lead to blind acceptance or rejections, but you want analyses and recommendations, which are periodically evaluated by users and standardization organizations.
  19. 19. egg of Columbus? Yes, but a brilliant idea always needs follow up and maintenance. Standards

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