Portfolio interoperability
  progress in the UK

             Simon Grant
             JISC CETIS
    IMS Quarterly ePortf...
History
    IMS LIP (2001)
    UKLeaP allowed for PDP (drafted 2004)
    IMS ePortfolio took on PDP structures (2005)
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Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK
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Presentation of LEAP 2.0, PIOP and LEAP2A at the IMS Quarterly meeting in Birmingham, UK, 2008-09-16

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Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK

  1. 1. Portfolio interoperability progress in the UK Simon Grant JISC CETIS IMS Quarterly ePortfolio session Birmingham 2008-09-16
  2. 2. History  IMS LIP (2001)  UKLeaP allowed for PDP (drafted 2004)  IMS ePortfolio took on PDP structures (2005)  Perceived need for a simpler basis (2004? onwards)  PIOP project (2008); LEAP2A is an emerging Atom- based specification that is being developed and agreed with e-portfolio system developers  LEAP 2.0 (from 2007) comprises a broader, forward- looking, exploratory set of possibilities, based on Semantic Web concepts, for extending LEAP2A or similar, all based on same general ideas as LIP 2

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