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2º ) Divisão dos textos pela turma para tradução; Para a realização desta actividade, a turma decidiu criar um wiki, por iniciativa da colega Maria João, que se costuma disponibilizar para esta tarefa. Assim, foi criado um espaço no PBworks.
CETIS Analytics Series ISSN 2051-9214 Vol 1, No 9. By Adam Cooper. December 2012 Link: CETIS Analytics Series vol 1, No 9.
There is a need for European content. However, I am not entirely clear that University staff should be creating it as part of the process of producing courses that they offer. The exceptions to this might be the Open Universities but they have a resource and a process for doing this which is outside of the scope of most staff working as they currently do on much smaller scale initiatives.
This was because we were getting fed up with giving the same lectures over and over again. Once we had started and discussed the issues involved, it seemed that taken to its logical limits, we were threatening all traditional university teaching. After all, if everything that was done in a university could be done on line, what was the point of having a university, and did teachers have any function? In practice when we discussed these issues with other universities it became clear that the university sector was such a massive and integral part of society that very few took the threat seriously. Instead minds were focused on the practical problems of using e-learning as a tool.
This is the online version of The Instructional Use of Learning Objects , a new book that tries to go beyond the technological hype and connect learning objects to instruction and learning. You can read the full text of the book here for free. The chapters presented here are © their respective authors and are licensed under the Open Publication License , meaning that you are free to copy and redistribute them in any electronic or non-commercial print form. For-profit print rights are held by AIT/AECT.
H. Wayne Hodgins 2002 Hans Karlsson Award ________________________________________________ "For extraordinary leadership and vision that led to the first learning technology standard that was instrumental in moving an entire industry to pursue a standards-based rather than a proprietary approach" Wayne Hodgins is recognized around the world as a strategic futurist and one of the leading experts on human performance improvement, knowledge management, learning and training technology. With over 30-years of experience in business and education, Wayne has developed thought-provoking and visionary perspectives on how learning, technology, and standards can revolutionize workforce productivity.
History shows that revolutionary changes do not take off without widespread adoption of common standards. For electricity, this was the standardization of voltage and plugs; for railroads, the standard gauge of the tracks; and for the Internet, the common standards of TCP/IP, HTTP, and HTML. Common standards for metadata, learning objects, and learning architecture are mandatory for similar success of the knowledge economy. Fortunately, the work to create such standards for learning objects and related standards has been going on around the world for the past few years.
Learning Object articles for educators: The Instructional Use of Learning Objects. Use and Abuse of Reusable Learning Objects.
Wayne Hodgins was the strategic futurist at Autodesk Inc. for over 20 years and now an Autodesk Fellow. Wayne brings keen foresight and thought-provoking perspectives on human performance improvement, knowledge management, learning, and the general nature of design to a broad range of corporations and organizations worldwide. His exceptional vision, versatility, and ability to discern trends and complex patterns make him a trusted advisor to senior management at Autodesk, as well as clients at Fortune 500 companies, national governments, NGO’s, military, academic, and other institutions.
This short guide (less than a 10 minute read) provides a framework that is composed of four models: While you can click any part of the above map (to include the Complex/Complicated Environments) to learn more about the topic, it is suggested you read the following first to see how the various models tie together. Instructional System Design — This guide to ISD uses the ADDIE model (analysis, design, develop, implement or delivery, & evaluation).
History and Definition of Reusable Learning Objects From "Reusable Learning Objects- What does the future hold?" by Peter Jacobsen, e-learning Magazine, November 1, 2002 http://www.ltimagazine.com/ltimagazine/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=5043 History and Definition of Reusable Learning Objects This document is also available as an Adobe Arcobat file: rlos.pdf [3ok] RLO (are-el-oh): "A discrete reusable collection of content used to present and support a single learning objective." Many RLO definitions exist, but there is a consensus emerging around the concept of reusing chunks of instructional content.