Various authors, Southern Regional Education Board, Jul 09, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

From a comment in a session today... Created by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) "SCORE (Sharable Content Object Repositories for Education) places reviewed course content in databases (repositories) to which all participating states have access... SCORE membership is limited to SREB state education agencies and schools or colleges designated by the state agency." Some useful resources - such as SREB's principles of Effective Learning Objects - but I would prefer to see open, not limited, access. Via eLearnopedia.

Also found while puttering: TBR (Tennessee Board of Regents) e-Learning Wiki. Also, you'll want to visit this one in a hurry before this "Member-Eyes Only" is removed from the open web, a project report posted by MICTA, a technology purchasing agency, on competing LMSs (Google cache version). See the selection process and final recommendations.
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