How true! While there are certainly good reason to aggregate learning objects in many instances, the true power lies in distributed eLearning object repositories. The power of the web and standard XML formats make distributing and sharing learning objects possible.
Like many other applications, this distributed nature has the potential to turn the system on its end. When you has a wide base of puclicly available learning objects, in a standard format, the opportunity is presents for value-added search, aggregation, and recommendation services. When learning objects are scattered all over the web, I need a service to help me find, filter, and subcribe/enroll. Learnster anyone?Posted by Mark at April 24, 2004 8:25 AM
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