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== What are learning objects? ==
What are learning objects?
 
  
The broadest definition of learning objects seems to be "any digital resource that can be reused to support learning."  
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The broadest definition of learning objects seems to be, "any digital resource that can be reused to support learning."  
  
 
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIE/AOP/LO_what.html
 
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIE/AOP/LO_what.html
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Accoring to LOAZ, "There are many characteristics of learning objects, the common ones are: accessibility, interoperability, adaptability, reusability, durability, and granularity."
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http://www.loaz.com/learning-objects/learning-object-characteristics.html
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== Learning Objects in Moodle ==
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What role do learning objects play in Moodle? If we accept that any reusuable, digital resource can be a learning object, almost any resource or activity we use in Moodle qualifies. After all, you can import and export resources and activities between courses pretty easily.
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=== Creating Learning Objects with Moodle ===
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Take the book module...
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=== Uploading Simple Learning Objects to Moodle ===
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Consider a Power Point presentation...
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=== More Sophisticated Learning Objects ===
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But what about metadata and SCORM and a host of other considerations?
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== See also ==
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_Objects

Revision as of 14:22, 8 April 2008

What are learning objects?

The broadest definition of learning objects seems to be, "any digital resource that can be reused to support learning."

http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CIE/AOP/LO_what.html

Accoring to LOAZ, "There are many characteristics of learning objects, the common ones are: accessibility, interoperability, adaptability, reusability, durability, and granularity."

http://www.loaz.com/learning-objects/learning-object-characteristics.html

Learning Objects in Moodle

What role do learning objects play in Moodle? If we accept that any reusuable, digital resource can be a learning object, almost any resource or activity we use in Moodle qualifies. After all, you can import and export resources and activities between courses pretty easily.

Creating Learning Objects with Moodle

Take the book module...

Uploading Simple Learning Objects to Moodle

Consider a Power Point presentation...

More Sophisticated Learning Objects

But what about metadata and SCORM and a host of other considerations?

See also

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_Objects