Repository Repositioned: Small differences and big problems

author: Pat Lockley
published: June 23, 2014,   recorded: April 2014,   views: 2044


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Repositories remain an excellent tool with which to host content. However, was we move away from web 2.0 and into more flexible and distinct topologies for consumption and publishing how do we keep track of where open education resources are published, and if we cannot do this, how can find them and encourage people to use them? Using a variety of harvesting protocols, we have attempted to address this problem, as well as start to look at how the broadcasting and presentational elements of repositories can be increased.

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