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E-learning has become widely available and accepted by learners either as the main or supplemental facility in their learning activities. A wide range of electronic resources and virtual learning environments are now available over the Internet for use by learners and educators alike. Recent standardisation work has defined learning/sharable content objects at a more fundamental asset level. Further, a number of metadata standards have been developed to help in content aggregation of objects into courseware. This paper presents a quality assessment methodology developed within the EU Socrates EIE-Surveyor Project for evaluating online e-learning resources.
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