National Research Council of Canada. Information and Communication Technologies
Text, Technical Report
learning; performance; support systems
LPSS is a Learning and Performance Support System developed by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) as a single point of success to development and training needs, and ultimately, career development and enhancement. LPSS emphasizes an individualized learning path with context aware support. Core technology development projects include: learning services network and marketplace; automated skills development and recognition; a personal learning assistant to view, update and access training; and lifetime management of learning and training records and credentials. Another research project will extend LPSS resources to make available simulation-based activities and data to specific online communities with the aim of developing new algorithms such as recommenders and analytics based on hands-on learning activities. The main objective of the NRC’s LPSS program is to design, deploy, refine and commercialize an online system for improving people’s learning and work performance.
National Research Council of Canada
Fournier, Helene, and Heather Molyneaux. ‘Systèmes d'Aide à l'Apprentissage Et Au Rendement : Le Dossier Personnel d'Apprentisage : Livre Blanc-Études Sur Utilisateurs’. Conseil national de recherches du Canada, June 2015. https://doi.org/10.4224/40000421.