Marking Learning Content Affordable (Part 2)

In this post, I outline briefly what an affordable content framework might look like in Higher Education. Specifically, I believe we need a solution that: 1) takes advantage of all affordable content solutions available to faculty and students; 2) harnesses the available personnel resources and expertise that already resides in Higher Education institutions; 3) provides an open, collaborative, and extensible schema that institutional libraries can use to transform existing, disparate information sources into a single consumable feed for any learning system.

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