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Electronic resources, that is eContent, produced for education ‘’travels well’’ when it can be reused across national borders and in different curricular frameworks. In this talk, we discuss what features of mathematical eContent contribute to making it travel well. In particular, we will talk about semantic markup such as Content MathML and OpenMath, and about metadata descriptions of the learning resources. We will look into ways of producing mathematical eContent and how it can be converted to adhoc formats, including those that are accessible.
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Publication_details: ICTCM 2009, New Orleans.
Author(s): O. Caprotti, M. Seppälä, M. Pauna
Type: Slide presentation
Date: 2009/03/14
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