OpenFiction [Blog]

An afterthought

Posted in Uncategorized by scarsonmsm on May 15, 2006
Recontextualization of a given resource done locally will nearly always mean decontextualization of that same resource regarding its prior use. Reference, on the other hand, supports preservation and dissemnation of prior use context information–think trackbacks. Prior and alternate use context information seems to me to be one of the most valuable aspects of openly shared educational resources. As valuable perhaps as any efficiencies to be gained by reuse.

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