<learningObjectMap> to create standalone aggregations of
<learningContent> together with its supporting plan, overview, summary,
and assessments, according to the needs identified by the learning goals and objectives. The
<learningObjectMap> references one and only one
<topicref> elements that
occur before the
<learningObject> are intended to be resource-only
references such as key definitions.
<learningObjectMap> is a map specialization which supports the
DITA learning and training Map domain. It is used to aggregate
<learningContent>, together with its supporting files and
assessments, into a single standalone map type.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
- map/map learningObjectMap/learningObjectMap
<learningObjectMap id="leaningObjectMap1"> <title>Sample learningObject map</title> <learningObject> <learningPlanRef href="learningPlan.dita" scope="local" type="learningPlan" format="dita"/> <learningOverviewRef href="learningOverview.dita" scope="local" type="learningOverview" format="dita"/> <learningPreAssessmentRef href="learningPreAssessment.dita" scope="local" type="learningPreAssessment" format="dita"/> <learningContentRef href="learningContent.dita" scope="local" type="learningContent" format="dita"/> <learningPostAssessmentRef href="learningPostAssessment.dita" scope="local" type="learningPostAssessment" format="dita"/> <learningSummaryRef href="learningSummary.dita" scope="local" type="learningSummary" format="dita"/> </learningObject> </learningObjectMap>
The following attributes are
available on this element: Universal attribute group (with a narrowed definition of
below), Attributes common to many map elements, Architectural attribute group, outputclass, and the attributes defined below. This element also uses
@format from Link relationship attribute group.
@anchorrefto be pulled into the location of the anchor point "a1" inside map1.ditamap when map1.ditamap is rendered for delivery.
<title>element, which is preferred over the
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