Welcome to Edtech Interop! The goal of this podcast is to familiarize the greater Education (PK-20) world about interoperability standards and what they can enable! We are technologists, educators within business, government, and educational institutions seeking a world where students are able to learn unhindered by limitations of technology! Founded by Brandon Dorman,email@example.com
Our guest today is Bruce Umpstead of IMS Global talking about the CASE Network. If you haven't listened to Episode 3 with Joshua Marks about CASE, please do that first!
About the CASE Network: http://www.imsglobal.org/casenetwork
Blog post: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/learning-impact-and-the-case-network-6adf39f67bc9
NOTE: IMS Global is a registered Trademark.
CASE - Competencies and Academic Standards Exchange
LTI Resource Search
ACT Holistic Framework (powered by OpenSALT)
OpenSALT general information
IMS Global CASE Network
Contact Bruce Umpstead (email@example.com) for information about hosting or using the Network
PodCAST Host: Brandon Dorman (ACT), firstname.lastname@example.org
Podcast Guest: Joshua Marks (PCG) email@example.com
Josh and Brandon co-chair the CASE Workgroup of IMS Global. Note: due to a mixing error there is a sudden stop at the end. You just missed the “thanks for listening and be sure to tune in next time” bit.
Join us for a fascinating discussion of how interoperability standards work is better today than ever, a look at current work, and what lies ahead for how student information is exchanged between systems!
Linda Feng, Software Architect, Unicon, firstname.lastname@example.org
anchor.fm/edtechinterop - Email email@example.com for information about contributing in the future!
First episode talks about why interoperability is important with a personal touch. Discussion of CASE and future discussions around interoperability: https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/technology/2018/10/31/a-district-cto-talks-about-her-districts.html?cmp=soc-edit-tw