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,firstname.lastname@example.org
Beatriz Arnillas (Senior Education Advisor, itslearning) joins us for a fascinating discussion of how districts and stakeholders can encourage LMS vendors and others towards interoperability. She begins by recounting her unique educational careers journey and what makes her passionate about people using specifications like CASE and Common Cartridge.
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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
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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