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IEEE 1484.13.6-2015

IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology - Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange Abstract Model (OAI-ORE) - Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation

Specified in this recommended practice are how the elements and attributes defined in the Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI–ORE) Abstract Model and expressed in the OAI–ORE Resource Map Implementation in RDF/XML relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.1(TM)-2012.

Standards Committee
C/LT - Learning Technology
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2009-09-11
Board Approval
2015-02-16
History
ANSI Approved:
2016-08-05
Published:
2015-03-31

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/LT - Learning Technology
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Working Group
RMLTWG13 - Resource Aggregation Models for Learning Education and Training
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IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
Kerry Blinco

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1484.13.1-2012

IEEE Standard for Learning Technology -- Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation for Learning, Education, and Training

A conceptual model for interpreting externalized representations of digital aggregations of resources for learning, education, and training is defined. The conceptual model is defined as an ontology. Internal compositions and uses of digital resources are not specified nor are processing methods for resource aggregations.

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1484.13.2-2013

IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology -- Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation

This recommended practice specifies how the elements and attributes defined in the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.1(TM)-2012.

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1484.13.3-2014

IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology--ISO 21000-2:2005 Information Technology--Multimedia Framework (MPEG-21)--Part 2: Digital Item Declaration Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation

This recommended practice specifies how the elements and attributes defined in Multimedia Framework (MPEGu201321) -Part 2: Digital Item Declaration relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.1-2012

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1484.13.4-2016

IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology–IMS Content Packaging Information Model (CP) Version 1.2–Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation

Specified in this recommended practice is how the elements and attributes defined in the IMS Content Packaging Information Model (CP) Version 1.2 relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.1™-2012.

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1484.13.5-2013

IEEE Recommended Practice for Learning Technology – IETF RFC 4287 – Atom Syndication Format– Mapping to the Conceptual Model for Resource Aggregation

This recommended practice specifies how the elements and attributes defined in the Atom Syndication Format (Atom) relate to the components of the conceptual model for resource aggregation defined in IEEE Std 1484.13.1(tm)-2012.

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