+
The Learning
Registry
Project
Sharing what we know
Primary Funding from:
US Dept of Education
US Dept of Defense
Infrast...
The Learning Registry
enables us to share what we
know.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-B...
The Learning Registry
is an open source community
supported by US Depts of
Education, Defense and states,
non-profits and ...
Learning Registry is a
cloud-based Card Catalog.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 2...
Learning Registry is not a
destination or a website: it’s a
shared resource.
It doesn’t replace anyone else’s
website or s...
The goal of Learning
Registry is to improve
Content Quality and Access.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning ...
What you write on the cards
is up to you: that’s where
LRMI comes in.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning In...
Learning Registry =
3x5 index cards in the cloud
LRMI =
Format to use when writing on
the cards
© Copyright 2010 US Advanc...
Any organization can get
involved in a way that suits
their plans (no gate fees, no
gatekeepers)
© Copyright 2010 US Advan...
You can share whatever you
want.
You can consume whatever
metadata you want.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Lear...
Learning Registry is
designed to give you
information that you can turn
into products.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distri...
Or, you can distribute your
products to others via the
Learning Registry.
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learnin...
Some ways to get started:
Participate in:
LR & LRMI email lists
(google groups)
Join our weekly community
call:Wed 4pm eas...
+
ThankYou
Many slides credit to:
Daniel R Rehak, PhD
ADL Technical Advisor
Department of Defense
© Copyright 2010 US Adva...
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
Get involved at:
www.learningregistry.com
© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022...
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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 - Steve Midgley discusses the important of metadata registries in the future of education and describes how the Learning Registry sets out to provide a common, free platform for the upload and exchange of metadata about educational resources.

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The Learning Registry Project | Education Metadata Meetup

  1. 1. + The Learning Registry Project Sharing what we know Primary Funding from: US Dept of Education US Dept of Defense Infrastructure support from Amazon
  2. 2. The Learning Registry enables us to share what we know. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  3. 3. The Learning Registry is an open source community supported by US Depts of Education, Defense and states, non-profits and corporations. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  4. 4. Learning Registry is a cloud-based Card Catalog. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  5. 5. Learning Registry is not a destination or a website: it’s a shared resource. It doesn’t replace anyone else’s website or search engine. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  6. 6. The goal of Learning Registry is to improve Content Quality and Access. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  7. 7. What you write on the cards is up to you: that’s where LRMI comes in. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  8. 8. Learning Registry = 3x5 index cards in the cloud LRMI = Format to use when writing on the cards © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  9. 9. Any organization can get involved in a way that suits their plans (no gate fees, no gatekeepers) © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  10. 10. You can share whatever you want. You can consume whatever metadata you want. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  11. 11. Learning Registry is designed to give you information that you can turn into products. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  12. 12. Or, you can distribute your products to others via the Learning Registry. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  13. 13. Some ways to get started: Participate in: LR & LRMI email lists (google groups) Join our weekly community call:Wed 4pm eastern speek.com/learningregistry © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +
  14. 14. + ThankYou Many slides credit to: Daniel R Rehak, PhD ADL Technical Advisor Department of Defense © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 Steve Midgley Deputy Director, Office of Ed Tech US Dept of Education steve.midgley@ed.gov / @stevemidgley www.learningregistry.org Learning Registry
  15. 15. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  16. 16. Get involved at: www.learningregistry.com © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022 +

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