Credential Transparency Description Language Release History
January 2019 CTDL Release (20190125) - Pending October 2018 CTDL Release (20181026) - Current Release July 2018 CTDL Release (20180727) April 2018 CTDL Release (20180427) January 2018 CTDL Release (20180129) October 2017 CTDL Release (20171027) October 2017 CTDL Interim Definition Update (20171018) August 2017 CTDL Release (20170825) June 2017 CTDL Release (20170630) April 2017 CTDL Release (20170428) February 2017 CTDL Release (20170224) Initial Release of CTDL (20161117)
October 2018 CTDL Release (20181026) (Current Release)
This is the October 2018 CTDL Release
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en-US The primary language or languages of the entity, even if it makes use of other languages; e.g., a course offered in English to teach Spanish would have an inLanguage of English, while a credential in Quebec could have an inLanguage of both French and English.
en-US This is the primary language the entity, even if the it makes use of other languages. For example, a course that teaches Spanish to English-speaking students may primarily be in English, because that is the language used to convey the material.
en-US Primary language of the credential, learning opportunity or assessment.
en-US Clarification of termhttps://github.com/CredentialEngine/vocabularies/issues/549