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Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
Gli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi studenti in ambito Europeo
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Presentazion di Simone Ravaioli durante l'incontro

"Mobilità e accordi internazionali Sistemi informativi a supporto della mobilità internazionale"
Bologna, 21 Giugno 2011


Campagna di informazione sul Processo di Bologna


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"Mobilità e accordi internazionali
Sistemi informativi a supporto della mobilità internazionale"


Università di Bologna
21 giugno 2011

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  • We want to make things easier !\nHelp in communicating better\n
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  • 0) parlo di Standard in maniera non Standard - spero di disattendere le vostre aspettative.\n1) I am a free mover - outside of any program and don’t do it for credit.\n2) Parlo di temi di Bologna - ma fuori da Bologna... questo mi da credibilità \n3) parlare di interoperabilità non può prescindere dalla “interoperabilità umana” - in questo ambito lo standard fondamentale “de facto” è l’ INGLESE\n
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  • 46 countries are included in the EHEA - \nINCLUDING TURKEY !\n
  • among the developments that will affect HE in 5 yeas is the BOlogna Process\n
  • how is Turkey doing ?\n
  • how is Turkey doing ?\n
  • how is Turkey doing ?\n
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  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • Mobility.. \nNot only a BP action line, but truly the Hallmark of the EHEA\n
  • What’s this number ? \nMinutes to 2020 ? seconds I waited on the phone with my travel agents ?\nThe challenging objective for 2020\n
  • What’s this number ? \nMinutes to 2020 ? seconds I waited on the phone with my travel agents ?\nThe challenging objective for 2020\n
  • What’s this number ? \nMinutes to 2020 ? seconds I waited on the phone with my travel agents ?\nThe challenging objective for 2020\n
  • What’s this number ? \nMinutes to 2020 ? seconds I waited on the phone with my travel agents ?\nThe challenging objective for 2020\n
  • What’s this number ? \nMinutes to 2020 ? seconds I waited on the phone with my travel agents ?\nThe challenging objective for 2020\n
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  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • Bologna Process poses threats and opportunities, but also the possibility of transforming one into the other. We will be happy to help your university make this leap and today we will show how.\n\nHandan..\n
  • I have recently attended a conference where it was argued that... and protests are uprising everywhere in Europe, especially in Spain and Denmark.\n
  • I have recently attended a conference where it was argued that... and protests are uprising everywhere in Europe, especially in Spain and Denmark.\n
  • I have recently attended a conference where it was argued that... and protests are uprising everywhere in Europe, especially in Spain and Denmark.\n
  • BP is good, it is the implementation which lacks.\n
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  • Ci sono 3 dimensioni cardine caratterizzanti del Course Catalog nell’EHEA\n
  • Ci sono 3 dimensioni cardine caratterizzanti del Course Catalog nell’EHEA\n
  • Ci sono 3 dimensioni cardine caratterizzanti del Course Catalog nell’EHEA\n
  • Ci sono 3 dimensioni cardine caratterizzanti del Course Catalog nell’EHEA\n
  • Lo studente si orienta cercando l’offerta dei corsi disponibili nelle università.\nTematica caldissima come dimostrato dai trends (international) e dal proliferare di importanti associazioni europee\n
  • Lo studente si orienta cercando l’offerta dei corsi disponibili nelle università.\nTematica caldissima come dimostrato dai trends (international) e dal proliferare di importanti associazioni europee\n
  • 20 x 2020 - l’obiettivo della EHEA e la “hallmark”\n
  • 20 x 2020 - l’obiettivo della EHEA e la “hallmark”\n
  • Le descrizioni dei corsi secondo i requisiti di TRASPARENZA (Clessidra).\nRicerca di corsi ACCREDITATI e CERTIFICATI dagli enti nazionali –\nQROSSROAD project.\n
  • Le descrizioni dei corsi secondo i requisiti di TRASPARENZA (Clessidra).\nRicerca di corsi ACCREDITATI e CERTIFICATI dagli enti nazionali –\nQROSSROAD project.\n
  • KION rappresenta un gruppo di IMPLEMENTERS \n
  • KION rappresenta un gruppo di IMPLEMENTERS \n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • MLO-Advertising (MLO-AD) is a metadata specification for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities. \n MLO-AD provides information about a learning opportunity, to enable the learner to make a decision if there is a need for more information about the learning opportunity, and where to find that information.\n\nThe MLO work has as its background in the identified need to harmonise different specifications around Europe for describing and exchanging information about courses, elearning offerings, and learning opportunities.\n\nThis project was initiated by Norway and had its basis in the Norwegian CDM (Course Description Metadata) work. The CDM specification has been adopted by French universities with some modifications in a project co-ordinated by the French Ministry of Education. In Sweden they used EMIL (Education Information Markup Language), in Germany DIN published (December 2006) the specification PAS 1068 developed in consensus by its DIN-workshop, and the UK had developed XCRI (eXchanging Course-Related Information) into a much used service.\nIn 2004 a project was proposed by the CEN/ISSS WS-LT for harmonisation of the existing specifications and to identify needs and use cases by other countries. As a number of experts and national interests found this a serious market demand, a group of experts in the field set out to do this work on a voluntary unpaid basis.\n
  • It is a lightweight specification that fits well with existing business processes, and technologies - easy to implement to ensure a rapid uptake by the European countries. \nIt supports the ECTS descriptions and the exchange of ECTS information. The MLO-AD spedification is also designed to facilitate semantic technologies and web architectures to support several mechanisms for exchange of the information and aggregation of information by third party service suppliers .\n\n“Standards come through adoption, everything else is mere specification” (the adoption dilemma)\n\nThis work set a precedent in leveraging the collaboration of the standardization bodies (CEN) and the implementation communities (RS3G), significantly accellerating the modeling of the domain and the time-to-market of the standards. The collaboration is instrumentel in bridging the adoption gap. \n\nThe same approach has been taken with the ELM project (European Learner Mobility), a related project work in CEN building on the MLO specification.\n\nOn ist way to become a European Norm (EN – expected late 2010), MLO is also being considered by the PLOTEUS team as a possible course metadata specs for harvesting data from the national courses repositories. (Meeting Brussels Feb. 4th 2010 – Milan Remis and Simone Ravaioli)\n
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    • 1. Simone Ravaioli CINECAGli standard per l’interoperabilità dei sistemi in ambito Europeo sravaioli@kion.it
    • 2. sravaioli@kion.it
    • 3. context.standardization landscape. problems. solutions. projects. sravaioli@kion.it
    • 4. sravaioli@kion.it
    • 5. One Aim. sravaioli@kion.it
    • 6. One Framework. One Aim. sravaioli@kion.it
    • 7. One Aim.One Framework.Bologna Process
    • 8. “Therefore, Mobility shall be the hallmark of the EHEA” -Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué, April 2009
    • 9. “Therefore, Mobility shall be the hallmark of the EHEA” -Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué, April 2009
    • 10. 40400“Therefore, Mobility shall be the hallmark of the EHEA” -Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué, April 2009
    • 11. 20x2020 % Yearthe more students on the move...
    • 12. the more data to exchange...
    • 13. the higher the need to manage it...
    • 14. the bigger the (Bologna) problem...
    • 15. the bigger the (Bologna) problem... Pr ob lem
    • 16. “the Bolonia Process hascaused only harm to the EU”
    • 17. “the Bolonia Process hascaused only harm to the EU”
    • 18. “the Bolonia Process hascaused only harm to the EU”
    • 19. “the Bolonia Process hascaused only harm to the EU”
    • 20. Good aim,BAD implementation.
    • 21. ?
    • 22. Standards.
    • 23. Standards.Problem Solvers
    • 24. …everything else is mere specifications.
    • 25. Hello,I am Joe thePlumber !
    • 26. Hello, I am Joe the Plumber !RS3G (Rome Student Systems and Standards Group) is groupof software implementers and stakeholders in the EuropeanHigher Education domain focused to the definition andadoption of standards for the exchange of student data.
    • 27. Hello, …and I am Joe the I am Bill the Plumber ! Lawyer!CEN (European Committee for and Standards Group) officialRS3G (Rome Student Systems Standardization) is the is groupstandardization authority and stakeholders in the to theof software implementers in Europe. It contributes Europeandevelopment of standards for learning technologies forHigher Education domain focused to the definition andEurope through its WLST the exchange of student data.adoption of standards for (Workshop Learning Technologies)
    • 28. Hello, …and I am Joe the I am Bill the Plumber ! Lawyer!CEN (European Committee for and Standards & AbstractBottom-up & Practical Top-down Group) officialRS3G (Rome Student Systems Standardization) is the is groupstandardization authority and stakeholders in the to theof software implementers in Europe. It contributes European but complementarydevelopment of standards for learning technologies forHigher Education domain focused to the definition andEurope through its WLST (Workshop & of student data.adoption NEED Cooperation Learning Technologies) of standards for the exchange Synergy
    • 29. Implementation Standardization community authorities
    • 30. Implementation Standardization community authoritiesThe collaboration between Bill and Joe produced Metadata for Learning Opportunity and European Learner Mobility
    • 31. Metadata for Learning Opportunity.specifications for the discovery and exchange of information about courses and other learning and training opportunities.
    • 32. European Learners Mobility.Consolidation and adoption of e-transparency documents: Diploma Supplement, Certificate Supplement, Curriculum Vitae,
    • 33. Standards.
    • 34. Standards.Problem Solvers
    • 35. COURSEUNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPT AGREEMENT STUDENT
    • 36. UNIVERSIT TRANSCRIP AGREEMENT STUDENT COURSE Y T
    • 37. UNIVERSIT TRANSCRIP AGREEMENT STUDENT COURSE Y T
    • 38. IMS LIS Europass proprietary SchAc HEAR RS3G ??? EduPerson MLO ELMUNIVERSIT TRANSCRIP AGREEMENT STUDENT COURSE Y T
    • 39. Focus onCOURSE
    • 40. 1. Orientation. & Recruitment
    • 41. 1. Orientation. & Recruitment EAIE (European Association International Education)
    • 42. 2. Mobility.
    • 43. 2. Mobility. EHEA (European Higher Education Area)
    • 44. 3. Quality Assurance.
    • 45. 3. Quality Assurance. ENQA (European Network Quality Assurance)
    • 46. BestPractices.
    • 47. Best Practices. MLO(Metadata Learning Opportunities)
    • 48. MLO Harmonization Norway: CDM (courses) Sweden: LadokPing (students) Sweden: Emil (courses) UK: XCRI (courses)UK/Ireland: digitary fullelectronic graduation Germany: PAS1089(courses)documents EU: PLOTEUS (courses) EU: CEDEFOP- Europass France: CDM-FR (courses) Italy: Anagrafe nazionale (students) CEN Technical Committee 353 (European Committee for Standardization) Italy: Alma Laurea (graduates) 3
    • 49. MLO Harmonization
    • 50. Implementers Standardization = Learning Bodies RS3G Opportunity = www.rs3g.org Standards CEN www.cen.euMetadata for Learning Opportunities (MLO) – Advertising CWA15903 prEN 15982 EN 15982 Published Public comment Expected EN Dec 08 by Dec 09 Summer 2010ECTS Information Package / Course Catalogue in MLO CWA XXXX Sample XSDs Agreed Public commentProspectus Sep09 from Nov 09
    • 51. International Visibility.
    • 52. International Visibility. PLOTEUS(Portal Learning Opportunities European Space)
    • 53. Learning Opportunity Detail
    • 54. Italian Scenario: NDS
    • 55. Scenario #2: Course Catalog HTML MLO University Portal Web Service Course Catalog Common Data Extraction LayerCINECA Student Information Systems
    • 56. OFF.F – Italian NDS
    • 57. Bologna U. Course Catalog
    • 58. Projects.
    • 59. Mobility Project ELMO
    • 60. Mobility Project Aim: Facilitate MOBILITY
    • 61. By:
    • 62. By:Interconnecting European universities
    • 63. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”
    • 64. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies
    • 65. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”
    • 66. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow
    • 67. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow “Did you get my fax ?”
    • 68. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow “Did you get my fax ?” Digitizing mobility documents
    • 69. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow “Did you get my fax ?” Digitizing mobility documents “send it, don’t print it!”
    • 70. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow “Did you get my fax ?” Digitizing mobility documents “send it, don’t print it!” Producing reliable statistics
    • 71. By:Interconnecting European universities “push the button”Reducing administrative inefficiencies “how do you spell that ?”Streamlining the communication flow “Did you get my fax ?” Digitizing mobility documents “send it, don’t print it!” Producing reliable statistics 40400
    • 72. Featuring:
    • 73. Featuring:the "network effect"
    • 74. Featuring: the "network effect"Connect one, serve many
    • 75. Featuring: the "network effect"Connect one, serve many "Standards" adoption
    • 76. Who:
    • 77. OODI
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Spain

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Norway
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Germany
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    • 78. Mobility Project ELMO
    • 79. introducing ELMO
    • 80. Aim: drive the implementation of the ELM and MLO specificationsinto the RS3G Mobility Project
    • 81. Assumptions and Rationale:
    • 82. Assumptions and Rationale: 1Standards come through adoption.
    • 83. 2Adoption is only possible through implementation. 
    • 84. 3Implementation is the core business of CINECA and RS3G.
    • 85. 4 CEN developedMLO and ELM spec
    • 86. 5 RS3G Mobility Project: aims to facilitate mobility byadopting “standard” specifications for open, accessible and efficient implementation
    • 87. + =
    • 88. + =
    • 89. T hat’s all, Folks !!
    • 90. T hat’s all, Folks !!

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