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Designing an IMS-LD Model for Sharing Space of Learning Management System

  • Mohammed OuadoudEmail author
  • Mohamed Yassin Chkouri
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure book series (LNITI)

Abstract

The context of this work is that of designing an IMS-LD model for sharing space of Learning Management System (LMS). Our work is specifically in the field or seeking to promote, by means of information technology from a distance. Our approach is to first think about the conditions for creating a real sharing space for LMS between learners, and designing the IT environment that supports this space. In this paper, we try to adapt the IMS-LD model with a sharing model for LMS based on the traditional pedagogy and the social constructivism. This adaptation will go through three stages. Firstly, the development of an LMS model. Secondly, the study of correspondence between the developed model and IMS-LD model and their transformation to IMS-LD model.

Keywords

Sharing space IMS-LD e-Learning platform Designing an IMS-LD model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LIROSA Lab, UAE, Faculty of SciencesTetouanMorocco
  2. 2.SIGL Lab, UAE, National School of Applied SciencesTetouanMorocco

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