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A UML-based Instructional Modeling Language

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Author(s): Pierre LAFORCADE | Thierry NODENOT | Christian SALLABERRY

Journal: STICEF
ISSN 1764-7223

Volume: 12;
Issue: 2005;
Start page: 89;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: Instructional models | meta-modelling | UML | learning scenario | Open Distant Learning Platforms

ABSTRACT
This article presents our results about an exploratory research work on the potential add-ons of the UML formalism for the design and implementation of distant learning situations. Our work focus on the specific Problem-Based Learning situations but could be suitable for other learning theories and approaches. Then we propose the CPM language based on a UML profile specialization in order to describe instructional design models upstream formal ones specified with standards like IMS-LD. Our language is implemented within an existent UML-CASE tool which has been customized in order to experiment end-users (instructional designers) facilities for the creation/support/maintenance of CPM models. The language has been tested on a complete case-study. We also briefly present and discuss additional works extending our contribution beyond the design stage. From these results, we stress the potentials of a Model-Driven instructional approach.
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