IMS Simple Sequencing Specification
The IMS Simple Sequencing Specification defines a method for representing the intended behavior of an authored learning experience such that any learning technology system (LTS) can sequence discrete learning activities in a consistent way. The specification defines the required behaviors and functionality that conforming systems must implement. It incorporates rules that describe the branching or flow of instruction through content according to the outcomes of a learner's interactions with content. The Specification was released to the public in March 2003.
-Version 1.0 Final Specification- HTML
- IMS Simple Sequencing Information and Behavior Model
- IMS Simple Sequencing Best Practice and Implementation Guide
- IMS Simple Sequencing XML Binding
Version 1.0 IMS Simple Sequencing Specification- PDF
IMS XML Bindings, DTDs, and Examples