Definitions for "meaningful"
See Full and accurate records.
The contextual linkages of records must carry information necessary to correctly understand the transactions that created and used them. It should be possible to identify a record within the context of broader business activities and functions.
Having a meaning or purpose; having significance; as, a meaningful explanation; a meaningful discussion; a meaningful pause; to live a meaningful life. Opposite of meaningless.
Effectively conveying meaning, feeling or mood; important, significant.
(to students) Meaningful is intended to convey a sense of purpose to students for their learning. The content takes on significance because of the connections that are made between the learning and students' lives. It helps students make sense out of what they are learning.