Draft Impact

NEEDS EDIT When a critical mass of learning resources and media are described or “tagged” in a standard, machine-readable manner, everyone benefits.

  • Search engines can return more relevant, richer results.
  • Educators and learners can discover and compare learning materials pertinent to their immediate learning situation.
  • Publishers of learning materials can have their content surface above the mass of web pages with seemingly relevant keywords, but no useful learning value.
  • Education technology developers can build applications that leverage a now well-described universe of learning materials, further increasing the value of said materials to all stakeholders, including educators, learners, publishers, schools, governments, and the general public.

Find out more about what accessibility metadata means to you:

> I Create or Publish Content

> I adapt content to be available with multiple media features

> I search for educational or other content

> I Use Educational or other Content