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Pages: 10036-10043
Publication year: 2017
ISBN: 978-84-697-3777-4
ISSN: 2340-1117
doi: 10.21125/edulearn.2017.0897

Conference name: 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 3-5 July, 2017
Location: Barcelona, Spain

CONTENT MANAGEMENT FOR E-LEARNING AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION

P. Steininger

FOM Hochschule für Oekonomie und Management gGmbH (GERMANY)
In the last years, different solutions have been shown to fulfil a content management strategy for e-learning in educational context. These solutions should make the life cycle of digital contents more comfortable and flexible so that it is possible to improve and automate processes. But, the concept of Content in an educational context is very different from the one in other fields such as publishing (e.g. newspapers, documentations and so on) and all implementers used traditional approaches as mentioned. From textbooks to exercises, from software to data, we must rethink how we use our educational Content and should implement our own meaning of Content Management.

There is a gap between the strategy and the real world: We don’t have integrated tools to build a process chain or an integrated (content and software) toolchain. Integrative E-Learning (IEP) is changing this: The goal of the project is the development and testing of an integrative teaching format for the assembly of imported, tried and tested (classic) teaching elements (e.g. wallboard and flipchart, screen walls and other visualization aids, Projector, manuscripts, and workbooks, etc.), with contemporary, innovative elements "new media". The solution to be developed in this project involves comprehensive, interrelated elements in an integrative holistic approach. The elements of the solution do not lie in isolation next to each other, but are tuned to one another and are used per target, using and integrating results of LEARNING FACTORY a predecessor project. The intention is the "integrative e-learning environment" of the presence theory.

We include Content Creation, Content Management, Content Versioning and integration of different input and output formats. The process chain is so flexible that many combinations of input to output are possible: Input from Microsoft PowerPoint, Outline for Slides, free text between slides could be processed to PDF or an iOS Content application. The toolchain is totally based on standard software (e.g. Microsoft Office) and standard technologies (e.g. Web technologies, PDF, Xml). The target group is every lecturer and every student.
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P. Steininger (2017) CONTENT MANAGEMENT FOR E-LEARNING AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION, EDULEARN17 Proceedings, pp. 10036-10043.
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