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Integrating Repository Function with Work Practice

Even more use cases …

Posted by Dawn on March 6, 2009

Back in April last year I did a second round of use cases on LO and repository workflows from project members. One set was left till later as it wasn’t quite complete. Still not complete, there is a set of seven use cases of which I managed to get an overview and two specific scenarios finished. As time is running out am putting these up now and I’ll see if get round to the rest later. What’s interesting about these compared to the others previously presented, they give a broader view of the interaction process with a repository, rather than the detailed view of LO production. The first shows the choice of actions available to the user via a web interface to a repository. The following two, overview and detail, show different views of the process of searching for a learning object. I am revisiting these in view of the trip to Belfast next week as they will provide a good comparison with the workflows used by their tutors and developers.

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