Panel Discussion: Learning Object Definitions, Metadata, Instructional Design, and Repositories
InSITE 2005 • Volume 5 • 2005
The many promises of learning objects (readily available quality instruction, reducing cost of production, personalized learning, interoperability, reusability, discoverability/accessibility, scalability, durability, content customization, and many more) have been the talk of the e-learning community in recent years. Higher education institutions have begun to capitalize on these promises by adopting, developing, and deploying learning objects in e-learning instruction.
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