I’ve just come across Agrega, a Spanish learning object repository, and my first impressions are that there is a lot about it that I like–for me it has kind of set a benchmark to judge the new Jorum services by when it launches.
Video recordings of presentations from this August’s “repository fringe” in Edinburgh are now available online at http://www.repositoryfringe.org/. From what I’ve heard of the event (I was out of Edinburgh when it happened) the bulk of the event took “repository” to mean “repository of research outputs”, which often seems to be the case, but there’s [...]
In a comment to a previous post of mine, Gayle reminded me of the point made by the ACETS project:
â€œRe-use is not in itself a good or bad thing and it should not be encouraged or discouraged as a matter of dogma. Rather it should be nurtured and supported where it can provide benefits and [...]