eNOSHA-The Design and Development of a Learning Object Repository

@inproceedings{Sandaruwan2011eNOSHATheDA,
  title={eNOSHA-The Design and Development of a Learning Object Repository},
  author={Damitha Sandaruwan and N. D. Kodikara and Chamath Keppitiyagama and Rexy Rosa},
  year={2011}
}
This paper describes the development of an open source Learning Object Repository (LOR), named eNOSHA (eLearning Neutral Object Storage with a Holistic Approach.), at University of Colombo School of Computing (UCSC), Sri Lanka. The e-Learning Centre (eLC) at UCSC has been developing learning content for a nationwide eLearning Bachelor of Information Technology degree (eBIT) and a preparatory programme for the eBIT program (The Foundation in Information Technology, FIT). Since eBIT started in… CONTINUE READING

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