LAMS (the Learning Activity Management System) is a Learning Design system with a particular focus on sequencing of collaborative learning activities. This paper reviews a number of lessons learned from the development of LAMS, and their implications for both the existing IMS Learning Design specification, and its future scope and purpose. It proposes a number of areas for further development.
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