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IMS Leadership Activities

Board of Directors The IMS Board of Directors provides leadership and direction in setting priorities and oversees the business of IMS Global Learning Consortium.
Executive Strategic Council The Executive Strategic Council advises IMS Global’s leadership to highlight major challenges facing the learning community worldwide, both current and future, and to help guide the strategic priorities of IMS member community to advance technology to support innovative models for improving student outcomes. Members are comprised of industry leaders who may or may not be IMS members.
Higher Education Institutional Leadership Board The HED Institutional Leadership Board identifies major challenges facing the higher education learning community worldwide, both current and future, and to help guide the strategic priorities of IMS member community to advance technology to support innovative models for improving student outcomes.
K-12 Institutional Executive Board The K-12 Institutional Executive Board enables effective collaboration among school district and state leaders who are creating and implementing technology integration strategies that enable continuous improvement in instruction and personalized learning. The Executive Board leads the adoption of open instructional technology interoperability standards for curriculum, assessment, and all aspects of instructional improvement for the benefit of school districts & states working to put in place a new generation of IT infrastructure.
LTI Product Steering Committee
OneRoster Product Steering Committee The OneRoster Product Steering Committee (PSC) is comprised of senior executives from leading organizations who are helping to set priorities to accelerate adoption of OneRoster to make it easier for institutions to roster digital applications.
Technical Executive Boards IMS Global has several Executive Boards that provide leadership and guidance to the IMS technical workgroups and taskforces by identifying priorities for enhancements and evolution of IMS standards to foster greater market adoption and conformance certification.
Executive Board on Assessment The Executive Board on Assessment is an extension of the IMS Board of Directors that provides business guidance to the Board and the QTI standards committee, drives assessment enhancements and usability, fosters long-term alignment between APIP and Accessibility and promotes QTI as the de-facto standard for e-assessment interoperability.
K-12 State Assessment Leaders Council The K-12 State Assessment Leaders Council identifies market priorities for electronic assessment, both summative and formative, including the application of accessibility. The group also identifes priorities with regard to evolution/conformance of QTI and APIP.
Analytics Advisory Council The Analytics Advisory Council works to create high-value use cases and share institutional proof of concept projects.
EDUPUB Advisory Council The EDUPUB Advisory Council group identify priorities and issues between ePub3 and IMS standards and works to identify conformance certification requirements for EDUPUB.
Learning Impact Award Program Evaluators Evaluators are representatives from IMS Global member and partner organizations who volunteer annually to evaluate the Learning Impact Awards nominations, contribute to the development of the annual Learning Impact Report, and identify priorities needed to evolve the Learning Impact Awards program.
Technical Advisory Board (TAB) The Technical Advisory Board votes and reviews IMS GLC technical documents and specifications.
Technical Advisory Board Executive Committee The Technical Advisory Board Executive Committee identifies and prioritizes the technical work of IMS Global. As technical leaders, their expertise impacts the future direction and priorities IMS takes to transition education to digital.
Learning Tools and Content Evolution & Certification Committee The Learning Tools and Content Evolution & Certification Committee (formerly Common Cartridge (CC) / Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) / Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) Accredited Profile Management Group (APMG)) identifies market priorities regarding the continuing use, enhancement and conformance process related to Common Cartridge, as a way to package and exchange content, and Learning Tools Interoperability, as a way to integrate third-party tools. The group also manages the evolution and conformance of LTI, CC and IWB.
QTI (Question and Test Interoperability) Evolution & Certification Committee The QTI (Question and Test Interoperability) Evolution & Certification Committee (formerly the Question and Test (QTI) and Accessible Portable Item Protocol (APIP) APMG) identifies market priorities for electronic assessment, both summative and formative, including the application of accessibility. The group also manages the evolution and conformance of QTI and APIP.
EduERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Evolution & Certification Committee The EduERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Evolution & Certification Committee (formerly the Learning Information Services (LIS) APMG) identifies market priorities for the exchange of information that describes people, groups, memberships, courses and outcomes within the context of learning. The committee also manages the evolution and conformance of LIS and OneRoster.