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What is a learning object, technically?

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What is a learning object, technically?
After analysing the reuse of learning resources from different pedagogical paradigms, this paper argues that there is an obvious gap between the learning technology community and the education community. The terms "learning resource" or "learning object" are not native to the education community. The education community is not interested in issues of reuse, grain size, technical properties or even "learning object". This paper suggests that a way forward is to have a clear demarcation of responsibility between learning technologist, subject matter experts and instructional designers.
Albert Ip, Iain Morrison, Mike Currie
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where WEBNET
Authors Albert Ip, Iain Morrison, Mike Currie
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