The Learning Registry (LR) is a new approach to capturing, connecting, and sharing data regarding learning resources online with the goal of making it easier for educators and students to access the rich content available in our ever-expanding digital universe. The LR is an open source technology framework to which any learning content providers (e.g., teachers, publishers, and curriculum developers) are able to share their content. Users are able to provide specific comments about which content they use, how they use it, and the efficacy of the content. Educators are then able to search within the LR by subject or standard. They can review and choose the most relevant and highly rated resource to present to their students.
The LR is a joint project between the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Defense’s ADL Initiative.
Join Learning Registry Email List
Stay connected with current advancements and conversations related to the Learning Registry. Join Mailing List
View Learning Registry Project Site
Visit the Learning Registry development website to preview their new approach to capturing, connecting and sharing data about learning resources that are available online. Go to Learning Registry
Visit Learning Registry GitHub Page
View the LR GitHub repository. Visit the LR GitHub Page
View ADL Learning Registry Data GitHub Page
This is a small utility to help pull the data from the Learning Registry into a datastore of your choice. Go to GitHub Page
View ADL Learning Registry Lite GitHub Page
View this GitHub page to get data from a Learning Registry Lite node. Go to GitHub Page