Learning Objects LOEX 5-01-09

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Learning Objects LOEX 5-01-09

  1. 1. USING LEARNING OBJECTS TO REACH STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALI GREEN, UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES FELLOW SARAH STOHR, DISTANCE SERVICES LIBRARIAN
  2. 2. Quick Overview
  3. 3. Presentation Outline Project Overview/History What We Did How We Did It What Still Needs to be Done What We Learned Questions
  4. 4. Standard IEEE definition of ‘Learning Object’: A Learning Object is any entity, digital or non-digital, which can be used, re-used or referenced during technology supported learning.
  5. 5. Slices of the Loaf
  6. 6. We realize we’re a little behind…
  7. 7. We were a little busy…
  8. 8. 2008: Ready to Go!
  9. 9. Goals for our project Complement, reinforce, and supplement the current classroom instruction Design objects for learning Actively engage users Portable
  10. 10. Goals for our learning objects Objective Based – One or more learning objectives Context Free – Stand Alone Interactive – Engaging the learner Measurement – Quizzes and Feedback Self Descriptive – Have Metadata Self Contained – Used alone or with other objects Sustained – Creating objects with the future in mind
  11. 11. Check out what other libraries are doing
  12. 12. Our Rubric
  13. 13. Make/Sustain our own objects
  14. 14. Life Cycle of an Object Publish Create • Content DM • Subject Matter Expert • Users can Access (SME) • Design • Scripts • Overview of Project Review Metadata • Edit • Approved Schema • Standards Followed
  15. 15. Collaboration and Creation Create Publish • Subject Matter Expert • Content DM (SME) • Users can Access • Design • Scripts • Overview of Project Review Metadata • Edit • Approved Schema • Standards Followed Create •Subject Matter Expert (SME) •Design •Scripts •Overview of Project
  16. 16. What is the learning object goal?
  17. 17. Scripting
  18. 18. Click by Click
  19. 19. Reviewing Create Publish • Subject Matter Expert • Content DM (SME) • Users can Access • Design • Scripts • Overview of Project Review Metadata • Edit • Approved Schema • Standards Followed Review •Edit •Standards
  20. 20. Subject Matter Expert Role SME Standards SME Review for Content Final Approval on Standard Review for Flow Review for Proper Clicks
  21. 21. Metadata Create Publish • Subject Matter Expert • Content DM (SME) • Users can Access • Design • Scripts • Overview of Project Review Metadata • Edit • Approved Schema • Standards Followed Metadata •Approved Schema Followed
  22. 22. Publishing Publish Create • Content DM • Subject Matter Expert • Users can Access (SME) • Design • Scripts • Overview of Project Review Metadata • Edit • Approved Schema • Standards Followed Publish •Content DM •Users can Access
  23. 23. Content DM Selected
  24. 24. Once in the Repository then What?
  25. 25. From Content DM – The real usability of the object
  26. 26. What still needs to be done Identify person to take charge at completion of Fellowship Integrate seamless scheduling, producing, and creating of objects Decide what to do with objects that are no longer being used
  27. 27. What we learned Pace Yourself Communication is essential at all levels Project Management is key Setting up clear expectations for all involved Set subject matter experts up for success
  28. 28. Questions? Contact Information: Ali Green greena1@unm.edu Sarah Stohr sstohr@unm.edu

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