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BSI e-portfolio panel to track ISO/IEC's technical report

SALTIS is enabling industry inputs into the ISO/IEC Technical Report on E-portfolio by facilitating a new panel, which SALTIS members can join with a minimal time commitment. The panel's position in current ISO/IEC discussions is that recommendations on e-portfolio best practice would be premature. Instead, ISO should be exploring requirements for the exchange of e-portfolio-related information between many different types of software system.

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Template for submission of use cases illustrating exchange of e-portfolio information

Template to assist members submit use cases illustrating requirements for the exchange of e-portfolio-related information. Please download the template, complete, and email back to crispin.weston@saltis.org. The panel will be very happy to advise on completing the template.

Use cases submitted will be used to refine further the UK position in ISO/IEC discusssions and may appear in the appendix of the eventual ISO/IEC report.

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2 pages, published May 2011

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Modular eTextbook which can be customised

Use case focusing on the ability to disaggregate content and reuse modular chunks in flexible combinations.

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3 pages, published December 2010

Call for e-textbook use cases

ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 issued a call for use cases to inform a new work item on so-called eTextbooks. SALTIS submitted two cases based on the requirements collected during the Becta/ISB Content Packaging project. Other cases were submitted from the UK by JISC/CETIS and Questionmark.

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Automatic reporting of performance data

Use case focusing on the SCORM-like ability to report performance data to common markbooks.

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2 pages, published December 2010

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Modular eTextbook which can be customised

Use case focusing on the ability to disaggregate content and reuse modular chunks in flexible combinations.

Download as PDF.

3 pages, published December 2010