IMS ACCLIP is a Public Draft

Wilbert Kraan, CETIS, Apr 29, 2003
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The IMS Accessibility for the Learner Information Profile has entered the public draft stage. Of course, by this time it is basically done except for some minor tweaking, so as CETIS reports, "Barring some very unusual happenings, the document will provide the basis for a means of storing learner's preferences for how they want or need to access learning content." What's interesting about this specification - and the article does a nice job of drawing it out - is that while most accessibility creteria are under the learner's control, some, grouped in the 'accomodation' data, is under an administrator's control.
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