IEEE Education Society Standard 1876 –«Networked smart learning objects for online laboratories»–




Miguel Rodríguez Artacho 


After the rise of elearning standards and the technological maturity of content integration and structuring, the development of laboratory interoperability mechanisms had been relegated to generic interoperability frameworks. In 2014, the IEEE-SA group P1876 launched a proposal to create an interoperability standard for online laboratories that has resulted in the first standard of the IEEE education chapter. This talk describes the standard and discusses the most relevant aspects of it.



Author's Biography

Miguel Rodríguez Artacho  


Miguel Rodríguez Artacho is a professor in the Department of Languages and Information Systems of the UNED and a researcher in the group of educational technologies of the same department. He has been the founder of the standardization committee of educational technologies SC36 of AENOR where he holds the position of technical secretary. He has also participated in several standardization forums such as ISO JTC1 SC36 and CEN TC353, as well as vice-chair of P1876 IEEE-SA. At this moment, he coordinates in the UNED the eMadrid project financed by the Comunidad de Madrid for the development of educational technologies in this region. 



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