Tag Archives: LIS

Lots of News in the IMS Standards World

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Update: Scott Wilson rightly pointed out to me that the IMS produces specifications, not standards. This week was the annual IMS Learning Impact conference, and it brought with it a slew of announcements about progress … Continue reading

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Curtiss Barnes on Learning Information Services

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Curtiss Barnes is Vice President of Industry Product Strategy for Education and Research at Oracle, and he’s also an all around smart guy. In his latest blog post, he has some more details on recent … Continue reading

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IMS Learning Information Services: The State of the Union

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Regular e-Literate readers know that I am a big booster of the IMS Learning Information Services specification. (For an overview of the basics of the specification, see my posts here, here, and here.) There has … Continue reading

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Pearson Announces Support for IMS Learning Information Services

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Pearson just announced that they will be supporting the IMS LIS standard (and with Oracle’s SAIP implementation of it) across a number of their products. First, they’ll support it in MyLabs, which are subject-focused learning … Continue reading

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Jenzibar Planning to Support IMS Learning Information Services Standard

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) I mentioned here recently that SunGard has committed to supporting IMS Learning Information Services in their next release, making them the second major SIS provider to do so. (Oracle, my employer, has supported it in … Continue reading

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