A new architecture for cross-repository creation and sharing of educational resources

@inproceedings{TorinoANA,
  title={A new architecture for cross-repository creation and sharing of educational resources},
  author={Politecnico di Torino}
}
A large amount of educational resources are currently available in the Internet, covering educational needs for many school grades. However, using such wealth of material, typically dispersed in several repositories, in a simple and effective way, is rather challenging due to the difficulties encountered by teachers in learning the peculiar access and operational procedures that each repository system requires. Therefore, it is important to provide the teachers with a centralized, integrated… CONTINUE READING

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