My Lifelong Learning Lab - High-Level Design Document
aharnum at ocadu.ca
Wed Aug 3 18:17:27 UTC 2016
I'd like to draw the attention of the Fluid community to a new document on the wiki at https://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/My+Lifelong+Learning+Lab+%3A+High-Level+Application+Design+Document
This is a high-level philosophical/technical document intended to help shape the development activities of the My Lifelong Learning Lab (My3L) project, which has emerged as part of the work on Floe preference exploration and self-assessment (https://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/%28Floe%29+Preference+Exploration+and+Self-Assessment), as well as starting to build self-assessment components for the APCP metrics project. While we've sometimes referred to this work collectively as a "dashboard" project, this has been largely because it's been the closest shorthand for what we want to achieve, which I think is something rather more expansive.
At the moment the document represents my attempt to grapple with the development side of the larger space being explored by those working on the project (my existing development exploration along these lines can be found in the repository at https://github.com/waharnum/learningDashboard/tree/FLOE-455). I think it's quite a big, exciting space to explore, and an opportunity to pursue some of our interests in end-user computing in a targeted way.
I'd very much like to hear the opinions of the community in general about both the document's general philosophical direction and specific technical recommendations.
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