The <lcAttitude> describes mental state that influences the choices of personal actions.
The <lcAudience> describes characteristics of the learners who take the instruction.
The <lcBackground> provides the learners' professional background and the relevancy to the learning plan.
The <lcChallenge> refers to what it is that you want the student to practice. For example, if you're studying network diagrams, and challenge might be "see if you can put this network into its proper sequence" or "see if you understand this network flow".
The <lcCIN> provides a course identification number or other alternate identifier for the project title.
The <lcGoals> provides the outcomes desired by the organization to be addressed by the training effort. These goals may require concurrent efforts outside of training such as technology acquisition, reorganization, and so forth.
The <lcGraphics> describes standards and system requirements for displaying graphics and other related content types.
The <lcHandouts> provides aspects of the course that are provided by the instructor in support of the course learning objectives.
The <lcInteraction> is a wrapper element for all the interactions of the assessment. The interactions themselves are based on the lcInteractionBase type. A starter set of interaction types is defined in the learning domain.
The <lcIntervention> describes the approach and strategies to building the learning materials, based on the needs analysis.
The <lcInterventionItem> describes how learning content is built, based on a systems approach to analyzing, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating any instructional experience.
The <lcIntro> provides a detailed introduction and description of the content to be delivered, in cases where the <shortdesc> is not adequate to fully describe the content. It may also include instructor notes.
The <lcJtaItem> provides description of job task analysis (JTA) as related to a particular learning objective.
<lcKnowledge> describes the learners' current knowledge and the relevancy to the broader plan audience or a specific task in the plan.
The <lcLearnStrat> describes the manner in which the learning content will be instructed. This should be a high level design that applies instructional-design theories and models.
The <lcLMS> provides the LMS name and version number used in the learning event.
The <lcMotivation> provides the reasons why the learners want and/or need to take the instruction.
The <lcNeeds> provides the needs behind the outcomes described by the <lcGoals>.
The <lcNeedsAnalysis> describes the training requirement and identifies the need to develop or revise content. These include periodic training gap analyses, changes to operational or maintenance requirements, and changes to equipment or systems.
The <lcTechnical> describes the technical requirements to the learning content and how those requirements are supported by the instructional design.
The <lcTime> specifies the time expected to complete an activity. You can specify the time both as text to display to the user and as an attribute value that follows a specific time format.
The <lcValues> describes affective components of desired instructional outcomes.