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Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
Rethinking reusability
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Rethinking reusability

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Presentation by Professor Sandra Wills, University of Wollongong for the DEHub/ODLAA Education 2011 to 2021- Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning the (14 to 18 February …

Presentation by Professor Sandra Wills, University of Wollongong for the DEHub/ODLAA Education 2011 to 2021- Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning the (14 to 18 February 2011)

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  • 1. Rethinking Reusability: implications from a longitudinal study of online role play in Australian higher education
    Prof Sandra Wills
    University of Wollongong
    enrole.uow.edu.au
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  • 4. Reused role plays 1990 - 2006:
    different teacher or same teacher
    different university or same university (n=45)
    18% reused same role play compared with 82% same learning design
  • 5.  
    enRole, Research, wRite, React, Resolve, Reflect:
    developing and using online role play learning designs
  • 6. Affordances for uptake of online role play in Australian universitiestop three affordances are shaded
  • 7. Four Australian online role plays:their partners in reuse
  • 8. Reuse of case study role plays 1990- 2009(16 types of reuse)
  • 9. Four case study online role plays: nuances of reuse by others (further 12 types of reuse)
  • 10. Implications
    If this is the reality of reuse in higher education,
    should we design purposely for this type of reuse?
    or
    If reuse is meant to be “transfer to unknown teacher”
    what else should we be doing to better design for reuse?
  • 11. Summary of factors influencing reusability in four Australian role plays
  • 12. Fifteen factors influencing design of Reusable Learning Objects
    Cost?
    swills@uow.edu.au

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