Study 2<br />A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object<br /> and Implications for Content Development<br /...
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  1. 1. Study 2<br />A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object<br /> and Implications for Content Development<br />Ferdinand Krauss<br />University of Toronto, Canada<br />Mohamed Ally<br />Athabasca University, Canada<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />
  2. 2. A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object<br /> and Implications for Content Development<br />Purpose <br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that <br />instructional designers face when designing learning objects and to<br />evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />Instruments <br />** The Learning Object Review Instrument (LORI), version 1.4 developed by Belfer et al. (2002)<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />
  3. 3. A Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Learning Object<br /> and Implications for Content Development<br />Instruments <br />Faculty were asked to assess the learning object in the following areas using a five point rating scale ranging from low to high and to provide a rationale for their score:<br />1- Content Quality: Veracity, accuracy, balanced presentation of ideas, and <br /> appropriate level of detail.<br />2- Presentation Design: Design of visual and auditory information for enhanced <br /> learning and efficient mental processing.<br />3- Reusability: Ability to port between different courses or learning contexts without <br /> modification.<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges and issues that instructional designers<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />face when designing learning objects and to evaluate the effectiveness of a learning object.<br />

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