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Integrating Repository Function with Work Practice

Evaluation of Plone

Posted by Dawn on September 17, 2007

Learning objects are designed to be reused and shared. To facilitate this they need to be stored within an environment that enables users to store, search and access them. There are many repositories available offering a variety of services and formats. As part of our second iteration UIDM Stage 2 activities we have looked at an open source content management system called Plone. This system gives users or groups individual space as well as allowing them access to publicly published materials. This report examines some of Plone’s features in the context of providing a repository for learning objects that can be integrated with other applications.

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