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This paper presents a first approach of Evaluation Engine Architecture (EEA) as proposal to support adaptive integral evaluation, in the context of a virtual learning environment. The goal of the research is to design an evaluation engine tool to assist in the whole assessment process within the A2UN@ project, and linking that tool with the other key elements of a learning design (learning task, learning resources and learning support). The teachers would define the relation between knowledge, competencies, activities, resources and type of assessment. Providing this relation, it is possible to obtain more accurate estimations of student's knowledge for adaptive evaluations and future recommendations. The process is supported by usage of educational standards and specifications and for an integral user modelling.
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