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What is a RLO?. media assets (aka information objects). What is a RLO?. media assets (aka information objects). + activity. + assessment. + links (?). based on a single learning objective or goal. Some definitions. Definition #1

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What is a RLO?

  • media assets (aka information objects)


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What is a RLO?

  • media assets (aka information objects)

+ activity

+ assessment

+ links (?)

based on a single learning objective or goal


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Some definitions

  • Definition #1

  • “Any digital resource that can be reused to facilitate learning”

  • (Wiley, 2001)

  • Definition #2

  • "A discrete reusable collection of content used to present and support a single learning objective." (Jacobsen, 2002)

  • Definition #3

  • ”An aggregation of digital assets that represents an educationally meaningful stand-alone unit” (Dalziel, 2003)


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Features of reusability

  • What features make RLOs reusable?

  • What are the desirable qualities of RLOs?

    • small, self-contained

    • generalisable across courses, institutions

    • engaging, interactive

    • platform independent, easily accessible

    • freely available

    • ‘difficult’ subject areas

    • made collaboratively - ownership

    • based on real need - inclusion/relevance


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Consider:

  • How are you going to engage the users?

  • How are you going to actively involve them?

  • How are you going to assess their understanding?

  • What feedback will you give them?

  • Do you need to address learner preferences (accessibility)


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Engage – use of familiar everyday analogies