Lancaster team present evaluation engine for e-learning resource brokerage platform.

“A team from the Department of Communication systems at Lancaster University developed an evaluation engine that helps rank e-learning resources in the ‘Universal Brokerage Platform for Learning Resources’.”

– reposted from : [CETIS: Standards in Education Technology]

Very interesting – need to find out if the assessment data is also becoming part of the meta-data and if so how they are doing that – have they extended one of the existing standards (or did it already exist in one of the standards)? – SWL

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Lancaster team present evaluation engine for e-learning resource brokerage platform.