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Andrew Peng @TheAPJournalist
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NEW: @usedgov says the code base, documentation and archived metadata from the Learning Registry (launched in 2011) is now available to the public via GitHub.…
Context: The Learning Registry was launched in November 2011 by the U.S. Depts. of Education and Defense with the goal of improving the quality and availability of federal learning resources.…
Here’s the @usedgov press release from 2011 announcing the launch of the Learning Registry. Department support for the project ends on September 24, 2018.…
.@OfficeofEdTech will close new Learning Registry metadata record submissions on September 1 “in order to create a complete archive of the metadata.“

Meanwhile, developers and institutions can now innovate and build on @usedgov’s initial investment.…
.@OfficeofEdTech says it will provide technical assistance to stakeholders currently using the Learning Registry as a “backend solution” through September 24.…
.@OfficeofEdTech says tools like the Learning Registry are still needed, but since the LR “relies on rapidly aging technologies that are incompatible with many other systems, this iteration of the tool is no longer the right fit for the job.”…
“From our ongoing work with #GoOpen states and districts, we know that making it easier to find, access, and share learning resources across platforms is a priority... and we can’t wait to see what new innovations will grow from this initial investment.”…
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