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dc.contributor.authorMcGreal, Rory
dc.contributor.authorRichards, Griff
dc.contributor.authorFriesen, Norman
dc.contributor.authorPaquette, Gilbert
dc.contributor.authorDownes, Stephen
dc.identifier.citationMcGreal, R., Richards, G., Friesen, N., Paquette, G., & Downes, S. (2003, January). eduSource: Creating learning object repositories in Canada. IEEE Learning Technology Task Force (LTTF) Newsletter, 5(1). Retrieved February 25, 2003, from
dc.description.abstractEduSource is a comprehensive project that ties together various work packages and creates synergies between its partners and associates. All of the partners are Canadian organizations and meaningful work will be carried out in every region of the country. Moreover each partner brings unique skills to the project and the work packages have been organized to ensure that those skills bolster and complement one another. For example, CanCore guidelines are developed in Alberta through Athabasca University but implemented in the CanLOM metadata repository in New Brunswick and in Explor@ in Quebec. In fact, the wide-scale adoption of CanCore demonstrates how the principles of interoperability and open systems have guided our previous projects and are the foundation of our present work together.en
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dc.publisherIEEE Learning Technology Task Force (LTTF) Newsletteren
dc.titleeduSource: Creating learning object repositories in Canadaen

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