An Educational Resources Broker System for Collaborative Sharing of Knowledge-Centric Content

@article{Lalingkar2011AnER,
  title={An Educational Resources Broker System for Collaborative Sharing of Knowledge-Centric Content},
  author={Aparna Lalingkar and Chandrashekar Ramanathan and Srinivasan Ramani},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Technology for Education},
  year={2011},
  pages={61-68}
}
Widespread connectivity of the internet over PCs and Laptops has increased the use of the World Wide Web for educational purposes. There are educational resources broker systems based on educational meta-data standards, which search, locate and deliver educational resources. In this paper, we justify the need of a broker system that can also provide collaborative sharing of educational resources, along with knowledge representation behind those educational resources among and within educational… 
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