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Title: Converting learning content to learning objects (LO) and atomic LO’s
Authors: SCHREURS, Jeanne
MOREAU, Rachel
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: IADIS Virtual Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, Online Event.
Abstract: Our learning content can be structured as learning objects (LO) and as atomic learning objects (ALO). For both of them a set of metadata has been defined. The metadata follows the international standards on learning content. As a result the interoperability of the learning objects in different learning systems is being guaranteed. We are converting the digital learning content into LO’s. A learning object is seen as a composition or a scenario model of a set of blocks. The blocks, presenting the smaller learning content parts, are composed of the learning content (full text doc) and of a set of added ALO’s, being small learning content elements. The blocks function as the nodes in a content tree. The full content of a block will be decomposed into atomic learning objects. Depending on the chosen scenario model, some scenario specific ALO’s will be added and the LO will be created. The course modules and courses will be built by selecting and tracking some LO’s. This course module or course itself is a LO too, inheriting the metadata of the composed LO’s.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/1394
Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
Appears in Collections: Research publications

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