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Repositories

  1. Merlot
  2. DLESE
  3. GEM
  4. Ariadne
  5. CAREO
  6. Maricopa Learning Exchange
  7. Apple Learning Exchange

TIP:

Before you go off and make a new learning object, it's generally a good idea to go off and see if the thing you are considering making has already been made. How do you go about doing this?

Google is always a good first stop. But there are other places to look.

Eventually, we hope to have a definitive and searchable index of all learning object repositories. For now, I've put together a provisional list of places you can go, culled from lots of other listings.

Listings of Learning Object Repositories

UT-San Antonio
http://elearning.utsa.edu/guides/LO-repositories.htm

University of Wisconsin

http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIE/AOP/LO_collections.html

EduSource Canada

http://www.edusource.ca/english/objects_eng.html

ADL Listing

http://projects.aadlcolab.org/repository-directory/repository_listing.asp

NLII listing

http://www.educause.edu/nlii/keythemes/LearningObjects.asp (middle of page)

 

 

New Media Center

http://www.nmc.org/projects/lo/repositories.shtml

 

Other Lists

http://www.eun.org/ww/en/pub/celebrate_help/useful_links/projects___learning_object_rep.htm

 

http://ilearn.senecac.on.ca/lop/repositories/repositories.htm

 

 

Key Learning Object Repositories (culled from these various lists)

Merlot

DLESE

GEM

Ariadne

 

Interesting RSS feed approach

http://www.island.net/~leslies/blog/stories/2003/04/11/rssFeedsFromLearningObjectRepositoriesKnownExamples.html

 

Last updated: 06/21/2004
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