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Developing Learning Objects for Reuse in Health. Richard Windle & Mike Taylor Representing the RLO-CETL and SONET-ARC teams. HEFCE Initiative Develop learning objects Build community Innovate Inform: best practice. RLO-CETL. Outline. Development Process. Resources. Reuse.

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  • Developing Learning Objects

  • for Reuse in Health

Richard Windle& Mike Taylor

Representing the RLO-CETL

and SONET-ARC teams


  • HEFCE Initiative

  • Develop learning objects

  • Build community

  • Innovate

  • Inform: best practice

RLO-CETL


Outline

Development

Process

Resources

Reuse

Tools & directions


Reuse vs Use

Use

Contextualisation

Reuse

Size/Integration


Process

Storyboard

workshops

Spec

Review

Develop

Review

Use &

evaluation


Community


Reusable learning objects


Characteristics

Small in size (5-15 minutes)

Platform and content independent

Focused on single learning goal

Uses a mix of media

Interactive – activities & self assessment

Driven by pedagogy/tutors


Some we prepared earlier …….


The LOs Introduced new concepts clearly

The LOs were well integrated

S. A.

S. A.

S. A.

Agree

Agree

Agree

Disagree

Disagree

Disagree

S. D.

S. D.

S. D.

The LOs were at the right level

Interactivity

V.I.

Important

Unimportant

V.U.

Evaluation

“ A brilliant way to learn”

“A fun way to learn lots

of information”


Reuse

I would recommend the RLOS to others

S. A.

Agree

Disagree

S. D.


Reuse


Tools

GLO

RLO

Xerte

REL

ULO

Plus context and integration


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