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Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Further and Higher Education TISR Aims and objectives – To produce a student object that represents a meaningful.

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1 Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Further and Higher Education TISR Aims and objectives – To produce a student object that represents a meaningful subset of learner information held in institutional MIS systems that can be held in an object-oriented store such as an LDAP directory. – To develop a proof of concept servlet that consumes data from disparate stores, and, using DSML, updates an LDAP directory and/or presents directory information for display.

2 Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Further and Higher Education Progress to Date Diet TISR – A lite object model, essentially biographical; – XML initialisation that addresses access control and object model issues; – Working now on the API of the servlet.

3 Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Further and Higher Education Success and Problems Successes – Conceptually clean – Good foundation for extensible application – Clear insight into the issues Problems – A techie solution – arcadian and utopianist – Organisational changes have hampered development of a richer data model

4 Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Further and Higher Education Findings & Recommendations Buy-in – Build a wide-based team – Ensure they are not reorganised out IMS – What can the IMS Spec offer you? – Can your application sit on an IMS compliant layer? Keep it Simple – Modular, straight forward – Dont try to answer everything MLEs are a process


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