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Title: Structuring learning content into Learning Objects (LO)
Authors: SCHREURS, Jeanne
MOREAU, Rachel
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: XIVth - KAM'2006 Conference Knowledge Acquisition and Management.
Abstract: In our learning content, we make use of learning objects and atomic learning objects. For both of them a set of metadata has been defined. We can differentiate between two kinds of metadata, technical oriented and learning oriented metadata. Learning objects requires both kinds of metadata. Atomic LO’s only requires technical oriented metadata. The metadata follows the international standards on learning content. Hereby the interoperability of the objects in different learning systems is being guaranteed. A learning object is 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 atomic LO’s, being small learning content elements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/1398
Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
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