Managing quality constraints in technology-managed learning content processes
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Technology-enhanced learning content processes consist of individual activities related to the creation, composition, consumption and analysis of content facilitated through services. These service processes are often enacted across different boundaries such as organisations, countries or even languages. Specifically, looking at the quality of learning content and other artefacts and the governance of respective processed through services in this context is important to control quality requirements. We assume a partially automated workflow process for the content lifecycle. We suggest a rule-based constraints monitoring of learning content processes. A learning domain ontology shall capture the key data/content types, activities and constraints, which forms the basis of a rule-based policy monitoring solution that takes content provenance data into account.
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