Could be a site with a file upload form, or a downloadable tool, maybe
some sort of browser plugin is the ideal compromise.
On Tue, 29 Mar 2011, Patrick Lockley wrote:
> How would you give it resources?
> I thought perhaps a tool which tracked OERs in the browser for you?
> A firefox plugin to record downloads and sites visited?
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> I want a tool that I can give various kinds of digital content to and it
> gives me back a list of contributors. Maybe it examines the metadata in
> the file, maybe it searches repositories for a copy of the file and
> retrieves associated metadata for that repository.
> This sort of functionality is made easy by wikis, and it's how, when you
> buy a PediaPress book of a set of Wikipedia articles, a list of all the
> contributors is automatically included in the back of the book. I'd like
> it to be similarly easy to ensure people get proper attribution (which
> is all a lot of academic contributors care about) with other kinds of
> I'm creating interactive pages with canvas (not in any sense immersive
> though) for my projects. Nice to be able to do full interactivity with
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