From the January-March 2013 issue
Foundations for Modeling University Curricula in Terms of Multiple Learning Goal Sets
By Richard Gluga, Judy Kay, and Tim Lever
It is important, but very challenging, to design degree programs, so that the sequence of learning activities, topics, and assessments over three to five years give an effective progression in learning of generic skills, discipline-specific learning goals and accreditation competencies. Our CUSP (Course and Unit of Study Portal) system tackles this challenge, by helping subject teachers define the curriculum of their subject, linking it to Faculty and institutional goals. The same information is available to students, enabling them to see how each subject relates to those goals. It then gives additional big-picture views of the degree for the academics responsible for the whole degree, including the ability to easily assess if a degree meets accreditation requirements...
Editorials and Announcements
- We are pleased to announce that Peter Brusilovsky, a Professor and Chair at the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate Program in Information Science, School of Information Sciences, is the new Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies starting in 2013.
- TLT celebrates its 5th anniversary
- eBooks of issues of TLT can now be downloaded from the Computer Society Digital Library
- Open access is now available for the January-March 2012 Issue of TLT.
- Open access is now available for all 2008-2011 Issues of TLT.
- Editorial: A Message from the Editorial Team and an Introduction to the January-March 2013 Issue (Jan-March 2013)
- EIC Team Farewell and New EIC Team Introduction (Jan-March 2013)
- Editorial (Oct-Dec 2012)
- EIC Editorial (July-Sept 2012)
- EIC Editorial and Introduction of New Associate Editors (April-June 2012)
- Editorial (Jan-March 2012)
- Special Section on Semantic Technologies for Learning and Teaching Support in Higher Education (April-June 2012)
- Special Issue on Intelligent and Innovative Support Systems for CSCL (Jan-Mar 2011)
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