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Though learning objects have started gaining popularity among the diverse groups of educators, there is no single platform for these sets of groups to collaborate and create e-learning modules. These modules are made up of digital objects that can represent images, animation, etc., along with metadata that defines the context in which these objects are being used. In this paper, we propose a solution called LOMS (Learning Objects Management System) to manage a repository of reusable learning objects using SCORM as the content reference model. This repository when integrated with a web-based dynamic user interface can become a platform for the educators distributed across the globe to create, store and reuse the domain-specific and user-specific e-learning modules.