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|title: ||Proposal of a framework for Internet based licensing of learning objects|
|authors: ||Santos, Osvaldo A.|
Ramos, Fernando M. S.
|keywords: ||Learning objects|
Architectures for educational technology system
Distributed learning environments
|issue date: ||2004|
|abstract: ||This paper presents a proposal of a framework whose main objective is to manage the delivery and rendering of learning objects in a digital rights controlled environment. The framework is based on a digital licensing scheme that requires each learning object to have the proper license in order to be rendered by a trusted player. A conceptual model and its main components are discussed, taking into consideration special features of learning objects such as reusability. The proposal is articulated with current international research and standardization work being developed in the fields of Internet based educational technology (by organizations such as ADL, IMS and IEEE LTSC) and digital rights management (DOI, XrML, ODRL, Indecs). The paper also describes an experimental implementation that is being used to validate and demonstrate the framework.|
|publisher version/DOI: ||http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2003.07.002|
|source: ||Computers & Education|
|appears in collections||cetac.media - Artigos|
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