Tag Archives: MERLOT

ITOE: History of Open Education

Update: If I had watched the class lecture video before writing this, I would have known exactly what role open source played in early thinking about open educational resources. My bad. This is the first assignment post for the Introduction to … Continue reading

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Learning Objects and Stutter Points

A while back I had the opportunity to hear Kevin Harrigan speak about CLOE, an Ontario-based feeder repository system for MERLOT. The group in attendance had just finished a quick rehash of the old and not terribly illuminating “what is … Continue reading

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Ethnoclassification, Pattern Languages, and MERLOT

Something clicked for me when I saw the reference on elearningpost to Peter Merholtz’s piece on the bag of keywords approach. The word Maish highlighted was “ethnoclassification.” This made me think of how you could unearth pattern languages in a … Continue reading

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