Telematics Engineering Department
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

LORI
Learning Object Review
Instrument

Aldo Gordillo...
LORI

Learning Object Review Instrument

 Learning Objects are small, self-contained and
reusable units of learning

 LO...
How are objects rated?

LORI

 For each of the 9 items, quality is evaluated on a rating
scale consisting of 5 levels

 ...
Items

LORI

1. Content Quality
Veracity, accuracy, balanced presentation of ideas, and
appropriate level of detail
2. Lea...
Items

LORI

4. Motivation
Ability to motivate and interest an identified population
of learners
5. Presentation Design
De...
Items

LORI

7. Accessibility
Design of controls and presentation formats to
accommodate disabled and mobile learners
8. R...
LORI User Manual


English version
http://loep.global.dit.upm.es/LORI1.5_Manual_en.pdf



Spanish version
http://loep.gl...
Considerations in the ViSH scenario


Some of the LORI items are conditioned by the authoring tool
(ViSH Editor)

7. Acce...
Considerations in the ViSH scenario

9. Standards Compliance
All Virtual Excursions can be exported to SCORM. However,
not...
Learning Object Evaluation Platform

LOEP
Reviewers Roadmap
1. Enter and register in the LOEP platform
http://loep.global.dit.upm.es
-> Include in your “Areas of In...
Thank you for your attention!
Any Questions?

Aldo Gordillo - agordillo@dit.upm.es
Enrique Barra - ebarra@dit.upm.es
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Introduction to LORI

  1. 1. Telematics Engineering Department Universidad Politécnica de Madrid LORI Learning Object Review Instrument Aldo Gordillo, Enrique Barra
  2. 2. LORI Learning Object Review Instrument  Learning Objects are small, self-contained and reusable units of learning  LORI is a standard for evaluating the quality of Learning Objects  LORI may be used for either individual or group reviews  With LORI 1.5 the reviewers can rate and comment with respect to 9 items
  3. 3. How are objects rated? LORI  For each of the 9 items, quality is evaluated on a rating scale consisting of 5 levels  If the item is judged not relevant to the learning object, or if the reviewer does not feel qualified to judge that criterion, then the reviewer may leave it blank
  4. 4. Items LORI 1. Content Quality Veracity, accuracy, balanced presentation of ideas, and appropriate level of detail 2. Learning Goal Alignment Alignment among learning goals, activities, assessments, and learner characteristics 3. Feedback and Adaptation Adaptive content or feedback driven by differential learner input or learner modeling
  5. 5. Items LORI 4. Motivation Ability to motivate and interest an identified population of learners 5. Presentation Design Design of visual and auditory information for enhanced learning and efficient mental processing 6. Interaction Usability Ease of navigation, predictability of the user interface, and quality of the interface help features
  6. 6. Items LORI 7. Accessibility Design of controls and presentation formats to accommodate disabled and mobile learners 8. Reusability Ability to use in varying learning contexts and with learners from differing backgrounds 9. Standards Compliance Adherence to international standards and specifications
  7. 7. LORI User Manual  English version http://loep.global.dit.upm.es/LORI1.5_Manual_en.pdf  Spanish version http://loep.global.dit.upm.es/LORI1.5_Manual_es.pdf  Include examples for each item  Read it carefully before evaluating
  8. 8. Considerations in the ViSH scenario  Some of the LORI items are conditioned by the authoring tool (ViSH Editor) 7. Accessibility All Learning Objects (i.e. Virtual Excursions) are accessible via portable devices, and all of them use HTML5 (and W3C) compliant elements. 8. Reusability All Virtual Excursions can be modified using the authoring tool to be used in different learning contexts. However, not all of them have the same reusability potential.
  9. 9. Considerations in the ViSH scenario 9. Standards Compliance All Virtual Excursions can be exported to SCORM. However, not all of them have the same metadata filled. Anyway, considering that some of the metadata is inferred, and other metadata values are mandatory, according to the LORI specification, a Virtual Excursion shouldn't be rated in this item with a score lower than 4 under any circumstances.
  10. 10. Learning Object Evaluation Platform LOEP
  11. 11. Reviewers Roadmap 1. Enter and register in the LOEP platform http://loep.global.dit.upm.es -> Include in your “Areas of Interest” the topics (competition categories) that you prefer to review 2. Download the LORI user manual available on LOEP and read it 3. Wait for the Learning Objects assignment 4. Reject assignments (if any of them is not appropriate) 5. Evaluate the Virtual Excursions using the online survey on the LOEP platform
  12. 12. Thank you for your attention! Any Questions? Aldo Gordillo - agordillo@dit.upm.es Enrique Barra - ebarra@dit.upm.es

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