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Click on any of the category names on the left to see a list of sub-categories. Why Learning Objects? Learning increasingly takes place in diverse environments such as Web-based courses, video courses, traditional classrooms, Web sites, and resource repositories. Learning objects are adaptable and flexible in any place of learning. wisc online learning objects

wisc online learning objects

The Resources - Paul's E-Learning Resources

Flexible Learning Toolboxes Flexible Learning Toolboxes National VET Content An exciting new location for downloadable e-learning content is now available: nationalvetcontent.edu.au Featuring Toolbox learning objects as well as content focusing on generic skills, outputs from E-learning Innovations and Industry Integration projects, and the National Digital Learning Resources Network.
Web2.0 tutorials Other pages have been provided here for you to explore - just click on those from the navigation sidebar. In some you'll find useful resources attached - scroll to the bottom of the page to access them. In each of the 'Lessons' you will find some information about the tools and some activities to help you practice how to use them. More of these will be added in 2011; access these from the navigation menu. New in March: Eportfolios Web2.0 tutorials

Hot Potatoes Home Page

Hot Potatoes Home Page News - 12/06/2013 Dr. Stan Bogdanov has published Hacking Hot Potatoes: The Cookbook, available in paperback, PDF and ePub format. Check it out!A change to the user agent string in Firefox 17 results in Hot Potatoes and Quandary exercises showing an error message when loading in the browser. Version (Windows) of Hot Potatoes, (Java for Mac) of Hot Potatoes and version of Quandary (Windows) have updated source files which fix the problem, but you will need to rebuild your exercise HTML pages to solve it.

eXe learning

The eXe project developed a freely available Open Source authoring application to assist teachers and academics in the publishing of web content without the need to become proficient in HTML or XML markup. Resources authored in eXe can be exported in IMS Content Package, SCORM 1.2, or IMS Common Cartridge formats or as simple self-contained web pages. eXe grew out of the New Zealand Government Tertiary Education Commission's eCollaboration Fund and was led by the University of Auckland, The Auckland University of Technology, and Tairawhiti Polytechnic. eXe learning