> Also, I'm not even sure if UK produced OER is still tagging itself as
> "UKOER"... obviously it is lovely when it does but I'm not sure that
> it is universal.
I use the term to reflect OER from the UK, rather than metadata, as I am
not sure they all got tagged that way anyways
> P.S: Pat - have you any thoughts on the BBC's "RES" platform/thing?
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/corporate2/connectedstudio/events/res . It looks
> like one of those "aspirational middleware" type projects and I'm not
> sure anyone has sullied themselves by adding browse or research
I saw this when it first came out and thought, well gee thanks BBC, I
already have one of those. So didn't bother. It feels like a new take on
the learning registry