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Title: Supporting the Reuse of Open Educational Resources through Open Standards
Authors: Glahn, Christian
Kalz, Marco
Gruber, Marion
Specht, Marcus
Keywords: GRAPPLE
MACE
OpenSCOUT
ShareTec
Open Educational Resources
OER
Content Sharing
Educational Design
Open Standards
Standards
Authoring
Issue Date: 27-Oct-2010
Abstract: In this paper we analyse open standards for supporting the reuse of OER in different knowledge domains based on a generic architecture for content federation and higher-order services. Plenty OER are available at different institutions. We face the problem that the mere availability of these resources does not directly lead to their reuse. To increase the accessibility we integrated existing resource repositories to allow educational practitioners to discover appropriate resources. On top of this content federation we build higher order services to allow re-authoring and sharing of resources. Open standards play an important role in this process for developing high-level services for lowering the thresholds for the creation, distribution and reuse of OER in higher education.
Description: Glahn, C., Kalz, M., Gruber, M., & Specht, M. (2010). Supporting the Reuse of Open Educational Resources through Open Standards. In T. Hirashima, A. F. Mohd Ayub, L. F. Kwok, S. L. Wong, S. C. Kong, & F. Y. Yu (Eds.), Workshop Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computers in Education: ICCE2010 (pp. 308-315). November, 29 - December, 3, 2010, Putrajaya, Malaysia: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2836
ISBN: 978-983-42512-4-6
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