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Learning Objects offer flexibility and adaptability for users to request personalised information for learning. However, various applications of learning objects have adapted the standards in different ways to serve specific purposes. As a result, it is difficult to reuse and share distributed and heterogeneous learning resources across multiple content providers. Interoperability becomes an important issue to be addressed in terms of learning resource management. This paper investigates thedoi:10.1109/icalt.2005.179 dblp:conf/icalt/LiuF05 fatcat:w7i5tdpo65a6jeq64tnx7grn3m