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dc.contributor.authorMcGreal, Rory
dc.contributor.authorRoberts, Toni
dc.identifier.citationMcGreal, R., & Roberts, T. (2001, October). A primer on metadata for learning objects: Fostering an interoperable environment. E-Learning, 2(10), 26 - 29. Retrieved July 14, 2002, from
dc.description.abstractAs course developers gain experience and as the number of online courses grows, the importance and necessity of metadata standards becomes more apparent. The cost of developing interactive multimedia lessons is prohibitive. Institutions cannot afford to develop everything by themselves. Sharing is essential. Learning objects and metadata are essential for facilitating these exchanges. Course developers need to start thinking in terms of learning objects and metadata.en
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dc.publisherElearning Magazineen
dc.titleA primer on metadata for learning objects: Fostering an interoperable environmenten

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