- Outcomes from the AIS standards workshop held 7-8 March in Orlando, FL (Bob Sottilare)
- Proceedings available on or about 15 April
- Opportunities for standards (remarks from workshop participants invited)
- Next steps (discussion)
- Links between AIS standards study group and ICICLE (discussion)
- Sottilare - Review of AIS standards sessions at:
Actions and Discussion Highlights:
- GIFT Users Symposium (9-11 May, Orlando, Florida)... workshop on morning of 11 May
- Intelligent Tutoring Systems Conference (11-15 June, Montreal, Canada)... workshop day TBD
- AI in Education Conference (27-30 June, London, UK)... workshop on 30 June
- Sottilare recapped a few discussion threads from the AIS Standards Workshop in Orlando
- Brawner mentioned AIS Workshop paper by Sottilare & Brawner on component-level interoperability and suggested that there seemed to be general support for this idea
- Sottilare suggested that the literature highlighted four ITS components (learner, instructional, domain, and interface models)
- Durlach strongly urged for the separation of assessment from the domain model
- Sottilare suggested that any future working group closely track what is happening with IEEE standards for XAPI and align any AIS standards to leverage it
- Johnson supported this idea and noted that the XAPI standard was in the early stages, but was relatively straightforward
- Reinerman-Jones recommended that a future working group address a standard taxonomy to operationalize AISs
- Sottilare mentioned the question posed to LTSC: how closely aligned should AIS and ICICLE be aligned? Much discussion, but still an open question; Sottilare will seek guidance from LTSC (action).
- Durlach mentioned a social collaboration tool that was available through ICICLE, but was unable to access it due to network blocks
- Reinerman-Jones suggested forming a collaboration group on LinkedIn, but Sottilare countered with a proposal to steer LinkedIn members to the CAIS website (action)
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