LTSC PAPI - Last Version
Title: “Draft Standard for Learning Technology – Public and Private Information (PAPI) for Learners (PAPI Learner)”
Release Date: 25 November 2001
Editor: Frank Farance (Technical Editor)
PAPI is a deprecated specification. Online information is not available
|Draft 8 of the PAPI Learner Standard comprised of 12 parts (Parts 1-6 and Parts 21-26):
- IEEE P1484.2.1, Core Features: The main data model and references to other standards
- IEEE P1484.2.2, Rationale: An explanation of important decisions during the development of this Standard
- IEEE P1484.2.3, Learner Information Security Issues: Information and recommendations on important security issues for implementations
- IEEE P1484.2.4, Examples and Illustrations: Information for implementers
- IEEE P1484.2.5, Registration Authority Process: How data elements, value space, coding schemes, code sets, etc. are registered
- IEEE P1484.2.6, Data Element Registry: The registry of data elements, value space, coding schemes, code sets, etc.
- IEEE P1484.2.21, Learner Contact Information: e.g., name, postal address, telephone number, etc.
- IEEE P1484.2.22, Learner Relations Information: e.g., classmates, teammates, mentors, etc. (MS-Word PDF)
- IEEE P1484.2.23, Learner Security Information: e.g., public keys, private keys, credentials, etc.
- IEEE P1484.2.24, Learner Preference Information: e.g., as useful and unusable I/O devices, learning styles, physical limitations, etc.
- IEEE P1484.2.25, Learner Performance Information: e.g., grades, interim reports, log books, etc.
- IEEE P1484.2.26, Learner Portfolio Information: e.g., accomplishments and works, etc.
|Tracking of Changes:
After reviewing Draft 7, the LTSC 1484.2 working group decided to divide the specification into smaller pieces so that it was easier for conforming systems to describe which portions of the PAPI Learner information they conformed to. The learner information in Draft 7 was split into seven pieces in Draft 8: common data types (Part 1) and six information types (Parts 21-26). Other informative portions of Draft 7 were split off into rationale (Part 2), security notes (Part 3), and examples and illustrations (Part 4). In Draft 7, portions of the learner information datatypes (in particular, certain state and enumerated datatypes) were extracted and defined in a registry (Part 6), as administered by a registration authority (Part 5).
PAPI Learner Document Parts