Learning Registry, Steve Midgley

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Steve Midgley presented on the Learning Registry as part of the Content in Context Metadata Lab, held June 4, 2012.

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Learning Registry, Steve Midgley

  1. 1. + The Learning Registry Project Primary Funding from US Dept of Education US Dept of Defense
  2. 2. Overview
  3. 3. The Learning Registry + enables us to share what we know.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  4. 4. Learning resources aligned + to the Common Core are scarce. Many resources are aligned to state standards, but not yet to the Common Core (not to mention other emerging multi-state curricular standards).© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  5. 5. Many State departments are investing in aligning web- + based digital content to Common Core Standards.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  6. 6. Each state and vendor knows + a little, but together we know much more.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  7. 7. To find useful resources, we have to share what we know + and we have use what others share to us.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  8. 8. Learning Registry allows this + by enabling computer systems to share with each other.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  9. 9. Any information (metadata) + about resources can be shared in Learning Registry. We are currently focused as a community on Common Core standards alignment data.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  10. 10. Statements such as: “This Khan academy video is + aligned to Math 8.2.1” “This Pearson content pack is aligned to these 15 Common Core standards:”© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  11. 11. Learning Registry is a free and open community based on + open source and open standards Learning Registry features open source software, open community calls and mailing lists, open documentation and bug tracking databases.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  12. 12. Learning Registry is not a website or content repository: it is + a technique for sharing between these kinds of systems. You don’t visit Learning Registry with a web- browser as an end-user. LR is for web-site operators to use to bring in new content to their systems.© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  13. 13. © Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  14. 14. + Get involved at: www.learningregistry.com© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0 20101022
  15. 15. + Learning Registry www.learningregistry.org Steve Midgley Deputy Director, Thank You Office of Ed Tech Many slides credit to: US Dept of Education Daniel R Rehak, PhD steve.midgley@ed.gov / ADL Technical Advisor @stevemidgley Department of Defense© Copyright 2010 US Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative: CC-BY-3.0

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