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by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 22:44:04
A set of seven use cases about the use of identifiers, collected by the participants of a meeting on identifiers in the educational sphere in London in October 2003. More information about the meeting is available on the
. These use cases are probably most relevant to the
service and its uses.
Business process models
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:56:16
Business process models are formal diagrams of a particular process, preferably in UML. They can be nested: processes can be modelled from an institutional level to a very specific interaction between two actors.
CETIS Educational Content SIG use cases
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:56:03
This is a zipped set of eleven Cockburn use cases that were originally collected by Sarah Currier for the IMS Next Generation Interactive Content SIG. They were not drawn up with a SOA in mind, but most make reference to interactions between multiple online systems in real time.
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:55:23
Use cases are shorter, more formal descriptions of specific actions, with a set number of headings.
Building Scenarios Exercise
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:55:12
A 10 minute exercise that is intended to help projects produce an initial draft of a scenario, using the Building Scenarios paper.
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:54:55
Author: Peter Rees Jones Date: - 18 June 2004 Status: UK version Final draft Function: To provide an exemplar for the presentation of scenarios and the capture of feedback and further scenarios
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:54:26
Scenarios are directed narratives that describe a process such as the transition of a student from on phase of education to another. They are meant to be drawn up by all stakeholders in such a scenario.
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-09-10 21:54:16
This folder is used to collect scenarios, use cases and business process models. They represent the first, crucial stages in using the ELF to develop anything. The techniques are designed to capture how people habe a "way of doing things" in such a way that it can be specced out later to software that can support the process.
UK LeaP (BS 8878) / IMS LIP schemas
by adamm, last updated: 2004-09-10 14:27:17
Enhanced IMS LIP schemas taking into account the moidifications suggested by CETIS LIPSIG. Plus example of use.
Source Forge PDP SDK
by adamm, last updated: 2004-09-10 14:00:57
Link to SourceForge Repositary
Presentation to JISC Joint Programmes Meeting 6/Jul/2004 (Powerpoint)
by adamm, last updated: 2004-09-10 11:25:17
Brief overview of progress to date. Includes UML process diagram of an instance of PDP.
Enterprise SIG WS4RL presentation
by adamm, last updated: 2004-09-09 13:20:25
CETIS event about IMS Enterprie - WS4RL are presenting during last session; 2.15-2.45. Simon Grant will talk about the findings of the project. Slides will be available here and on CETIS website
Original project proposal
by adamm, last updated: 2004-07-28 10:05:19
This is the originl proposal that was sent to JISC. Some of the deliverables and deliverable dates have changed since this was written but the document will give a good explanationm of what we are up to.
More about ELF
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-07-04 21:04:11
This part of the site is used to gather information about service oriented architectures, web services and anything else that is relevant to the ELF as a whole.
Learning Domain Services
by chris, last updated: 2004-05-25 17:47:00
by chris, last updated: 2004-05-19 07:43:39
Discussion Forums for this component.
Enterprise Services Demonstration Kit presentation at Enterprise SIG meeting
by wilbert, last updated: 2004-05-18 23:13:05
This event is a combined meeting of the CETIS Enterprise SIG and the JISC Framework Programme. The event is free, and lunch will be provided. The meeting is open to all, although we may have to restrict institutions to booking in two members if numbers are large. The software development kit will be demo-ed extensively.
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