CEN Learning Technologies Standardization Workshop, 2-3 July

June 6, 2002

Brussels, 05 June 2002

Current Work Programme:

Internationalisation of the IEEE LTSC Learning Object Metadata (LOM) specification
Availability of alternative language versions of a learning resource in the IEEE LTSC Learning Object Metadata (LOM) specification
Description of language capabilities
Quality assurance
Educational modelling languages
Repository of taxonomies/vocabularies for a European Learning Society
Educational Copyright Licence Conditions
Translation of LOM into various European Languages

Learning Technologies Standardization in Europe - current achievements and future plans

Invitation to Open Meeting

You are kindly invited to an open meeting "Learning Technologies Standardization in Europe - current achievements and future plans" that CEN/ISSS will organize on 2-3 July 2002 in Brussels.

If you

are interested in the state-of-the-art in Learning Technologies standardization, both in Europe and beyond?
are keen to know more about the standardization priorities in CEN/ISSS?
want to influence the priorities for Learning Technologies standardization in Europe for the next year or two?

… then do not miss this opportunity and attend!

There is no participation fee. Participants have to pay their own travel and hotel costs. But you should register in advance, before 15 June 2002! To this effect, you should use the on-line registration form.

European Committee for Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation
Europäisches Komitee für Normung
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