MELT (Metadata Ecology for Learning and Teaching) is a project designed to provide people who use educational content with access to more useful types of metadata. The goal is to help them to find resources that fit their needs in terms of language, culture, and preferred teaching style. MELT is provided by the German FWU Institut fuer Film und Bild.
FWU has contributed about 700 learning objects and 1500 assets to the MELT repository. These resources can be accessed through the MELT website or by using the SOAP-based API. The MELT website is provided in both English and German.
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