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Learning Objects: Their Use, Their Potential, and Why They Are Not Dead Yet

by Researcher at National Research Council Canada on Nov 01, 2006

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Presentation by Stephen Downes at Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) y Redes de Alta Velocidad, Bogota, Colombia, July 27, 2006.

Presentation by Stephen Downes at Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) y Redes de Alta Velocidad, Bogota, Colombia, July 27, 2006.

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  • Hamish.MacEwan Hamish.MacEwan Hm, guess those letters of the alphabet are not useful, cos they sure are reusable. 7 years ago
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  • Hamish.MacEwan Hamish.MacEwan Dear Alan,

    Depending on the referrer of the link, it's context will change, or recontextualise. How do you reuse it? If it's effective, and there is a link to it, the learner can choose to invoke it, in context, when and where suits them.
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  • Hamish.MacEwan Hamish.MacEwan Criticising the source not the content or its effect. The macro goals of the organisations are probably disjoint, but, sorry, learning is learning whether it is disassembling an RPG or operating an ultra-sound scanner. 7 years ago
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  • Hamish.MacEwan Hamish.MacEwan Oh dear, no learning without pacing and direction from some pedagogue in a group. This is reactionary nonsense built around some idyllic romanticism about group learning led by an educator. There's nothing about LOs that excludes IM, TXT and other methods of interaction. 7 years ago
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  • Hamish.MacEwan Hamish.MacEwan This isn't an objection, its a quibble about nomenclature. Call them 'Learning content,' or pieces of learning content if you like. Its not rigorous, but it'll do. 7 years ago
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