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Thursday, November 20 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Using open standards to solve everything

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There has been a lot of great discussion and development around OER infrastructure this year: a 5th R, Candela, Connexions editor, federated wiki, storage neutral apps, etc. What if you could discover the content you want in Candela, edit it in Connexions, with all its attribution goodness, pull it into your personal wiki for public use, consume it in your LMS for a course this semester, and your students then add it into a section in their own domain? Oh, and your edits were also sent back to Candela for potential merging.

Yeah, you could do this with some copy/pasting, but if all these systems supported open standards, this magic could happen automatically.

We'll discuss how existing standards can solve some of these workflows, and how we can develop new extensions to solve OER-specific problems.

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Bracken Mosbacker

Software Engineer, Instructure
Talk to me about open standards like LTI and Common Cartridge, and their relation to OER.

Thursday November 20, 2014 1:15pm - 1:45pm EST
Crystal Ballroom

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