A fascinating video of Steve Midgley from the US Department of Education talking about “The Learning Registry” recently appeared in Questionmark CEO Eric Shepherd’s latest blog post about Learning Environments.
Eric regards the Learning Registry – an informal collaboration among several federal agencies designed to make federal learning resources and primary source materials easier to find, access and integrate into educational environments — as is an important building block for presenting learning content at the right time and in the right context for individual learners.
Click here for more details about the Learning Registry. If this and other topics about assessment and learning interest you, check out Eric’s blog.
I’d like to draw your attention a great blog post by our CEO, Eric Shepherd on “Learning Mashups.”
In the post , Eric describes three types of Learning mashups, which combine different components (such as videos and embedded assessments) to create easy-to-maintain, stimulating and powerful learning environments. The post includes a couple of YouTube videos that demonstrate the practicality of mashups. Check this out on Eric Shepherd’s blog.