On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 11:04 AM, Mike Collett <m...@schemeta.com> wrote:good points. in addition to curriculum, academic standards change in
> Hi Kelly
> And these often change when a curriculum changes, for example new
> concepts, deprecated items or new structures.
> Also there are multilinguality requirements that mean that translations
> can come online frequently.
various ways on a variety of schedules.
put to the industry, i suspect the general answer to your question is some
> A question is: where are mappings and such changes managed?
brand of content management system (CMS). specifically, for Academic
Benchmarks, we interact with a variety of CMS platforms based on our
client's specific choices, while internally keeping track of content by
tagging to a multi-faceted conceptual framework (cognitive, concept,
constraint, limit, etc), which is, in turn, mapped to standards, allowing
us to escape the legacy issues that inevitably arise with onboarding
fleeting metadata, as you suggest. standards alignment is a byproduct of
our technique, and i might suggest a bit of a red herring in the discussion
exactly our approach. minimum viable description for the intended
> Our experience is that you try to keep the metadata to a minimum (unique
audience, robust, real-time resolution services.
thanks for chiming in,
> people are the network
> On 14 Nov 2012, at 14:47, Kelly Peet <ke...@academicbenchmarks.com> wrote:
> A slight tangent to the point, more of a question to the original thinkers
> Presuming a piece of content being tagged is applicable to many
> - what about content that applies to more than one learning standard per
> - what is the ultimate size of the payload making such assertions?
> - did i read earlier that hidden-only markup may not be considered by
> - i hear Common Core pointed as one possible antidote to 50 states, but
> I completely understand if this line of questioning is quelled on this
> On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 9:03 AM, Jim Goodell <
>> Good mediation Joshua, and good points Stuart, Kelley, and Doug (glad to
>> ...maybe it is a matter of communications to inform publishers that
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