ROME - a Generic Process Modell for Interdisciplinary E-Learning Systems Design and Development
In: Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA 2009-World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 1372-1377, Chesapeake, VA, AACE.
Process models for developing diverse kinds of systems, including
E-Learning systems, can be found dated back to the mid 1990. Given the
current state of the art in system development in combination with
experience in development of E-Learning systems, a modernization of
existing approaches and an adaptation to the special needs of
E-Learning development projects is required. This has been done in
developing the ROstock Model for systematically developing E-Learning
products and services (ROME). The approach takes standards into
account, same as the aspects of team work and supervision of
heteroge-neous teams. It has a strong background in systems
engineering. From the perspective of ROME, the process model is an
ideal type description of an interdisciplinary development process. It
species a progression of development steps, is divided into phases and
contains a role model, a resource collection and an artefact
collection. ROME has been tested and applied in several technology
enhanced learning projects.
Presentation will take place at the 24th of June 2009. See website .