DocBook eLearning SC
Table of Contents
- Main Committee
- Technical Work Drafted by the Subcommittee
- Expository Work Drafted by the Subcommittee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Additional Information
The DocBook eLearning Subcommittee meets every 2 weeks on Friday, from Friday, June 15, 2012 to no end date
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The OASIS DocBook eLearning Subcommittee develops and maintains official variants of DocBook in support of eLearning content, including online learning, instructor-led training, and other related educational materials. The group addresses issues and enhancement requests that have arisen from experience with real-world DocBook and eLearning implementations. It also establishes best practices guidelines for applying DocBook markup to learning content.
The Subcommittee focuses on schema and stylesheet customizations to support a DocBook-based method for creating reusable learning objects and the learning content types needed to support them. Specifics include:
- learning types, e.g., assessments and exercises
- content assembly for structuring, sequencing, and managing learning types as reusable learning objects
- linking and relationships between learning objects
This Subcommittee is formed under the OASIS DocBook Technical Committee.
All work drafted by the Subcommittee is subject to approval by the main DocBook TC. There are currently no technical work products associated with this Subcommittee.
All work drafted by the Subcommittee is subject to approval by the main DocBook TC. There are currently no expository work products associated with this Subcommittee.
Although not produced by the OASIS DocBook eLearning Subcommittee, the following information offers useful insights into its work:
Develops DocBook variants for eLearning, including online learning, instructor-led training, and related educational materials
Providing Feedback: OASIS welcomes feedback on its technical activities from potential users, developers, and others to better assure the interoperability and quality of OASIS work.