Review of CADMOS tool by Yannis Dimitriadis I dedicated less than one hour, aiming to implement a new design, based on an existing design (http://www.slideshare.net/lprisan/real-‐individual-‐design-‐spanish). A university teacher within a workshop produced this design and it was based on the pyramid pattern. I could produce a small part of the design, through the conceptual map and the activity flow. The design could be saved and exported as an IMS-‐LD package. In general, I needed the support of the tool creator to advance. This means that the tool requires a contextual help system that may guide the user. There are some problems regarding the concepts that have been used. On the one hand, some of us (as experts) use terms in different ways, as e.g. resource that excludes the tools through which produce artifacts. The second aspect has to do with the semantics related to e.g. tasks and their typology. Also, the tool should present to the user what is the expected output, i.e. a visual representation, as well as a IMS-‐LD package that can be re-‐engineered with another tool and vice-‐versa. These are powerful characteristics that could be useful for teachers and researchers. The same holds for the foreseen export to Moodle. We would need to have a pool of designs produced by teachers using the tool, as well as designs produced by pen and paper and implemented through the tool. The study of such an evolution is extremely important!