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Creating Resuable Learning Objects for Your Classroom

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UMass Dartmouth CITS Instructional Development presentation at the Center for Teaching Excellence Conference-1/21/09

UMass Dartmouth CITS Instructional Development presentation at the Center for Teaching Excellence Conference-1/21/09

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  • 1. Creating Resuable Learning Objects for Your Classroom Damon N. Gatenby, Instructional Technologist Tracey Russo, Instructional Designer Jen Riley, Faculty Instructional Technology Coordinator
  • 2. What are reusable learning objects?
    • Learning objects
      • Reusable
      • Interactive or presenting material
      • Objective oriented
  • 3. Uses of RLOs in Higher Education
    • Teach content (i.e. a lecture in audio format that can be reused each semester)
    • Enable self-assessment mastery of content
    • Provide technical support in interactive format
  • 4. Benefits of RLOs
    • Provide anytime access to students for learning experience
    • Share content in departments to avoid duplicating work
    • Provide information via audio and/or video to personalize learning experience
  • 5. Learning Object Repositories
    • Don’t recreate the wheel
    • Often copyright-free or CC license
    • Peer-reviewed
    • How to use
      • Link to resource
      • Copy/download resource
      • Use embed code
    • Popular LO repositories & resources
  • 6. Learning Object Examples on Campus
    • Faculty Generated
      • “ What is History? ”, Narrated PowerPoint
        • Gail Mohanty, Liberal Arts
      • “ Setting up a Sterile Field ”, Video
        • Kristen Sethares, Nursing
      • “ What it means to be a Writer ”, Audio Interview
        • Catherine Houser, Liberal Arts
      • “ What is Plagiarism? ”, Narrated PowerPoint
        • Jen Riley, English/Women’s Studies
  • 7. Learning Object Examples on Campus
    • Staff Generated
      • “ Using the Discussions Tool ”, Tutorial
        • ID Team
      • “ Writing Resources’, MyCourses Learning Module
        • ID Team
  • 8. Creating Resuable Learning Objects for Your Classroom
    • Questions?
    • Resources can be found here:
      • http://instructionaldev.wikispaces.com
    • Contact Us
      • idteam@umassd.edu
      • 508 999-8501 or
      • http://www.umassd.edu/cits/instructional/development

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