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Title: Learning objects (LO) aligning different learning styles
Authors: SCHREURS, Jeanne
MOREAU, Rachel
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Remenyi, Dan (Ed.) ICEL 2006 The International Conference on e-learning. p. 415-422.
Abstract: Learning content will be organized as learning objects. A learning object can be defined as any digital content resource that’s supports learning and that can be reused and can be delivered on demand. To found out the optimal presentation of the learning content, taking into account the learning styles of the learners is a challenge for the instructors. It is perhaps more important to build an adaptable learning environment that presents the material in a variety of methods and addressing more styles, than trying to focus on each learners personal style. Trainers need to present information using the three learning styles. This allows all learners, no matter that their preferred style is, the opportunity to become involved. To improve e-learning effectiveness authors can produce highly interactive and engaging content applying innovative approaches in some designed scenarios models. In the edumap concept the e-learning content has been decomposed into a set of smaller content components. The e-EDUMAP is so telling the story in a graphical way and in a sequence of steps. This makes it possible for the learner to complete the learning activity in a flexible way. In principle other scenarios can be built upon the same decomposition of the learning content. Dependant on the type of scenario model, a set of presentation components or atomic learning objects, will be defined and are brought together into a scenario model design.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/1397
ISBN: 1-905305-23-0
Category: C1
Type: Proceedings Paper
Appears in Collections: Research publications

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