Designing and Reusing Learning Objects to Streamline WBI Development

Designing and Reusing Learning Objects to Streamline WBI Development

Pam T. Northrup (University of West Florida, USA), Karen L. Rasmussen (University of West Florida, USA) and David B. Dawson (University of West Florida, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-945-8.ch037
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Abstract

Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) and reusable information objects (RIOs) are tools that facilitate quick, systematic, and effective design and development of Web-based instruction. Learning objects form the basis of an online professional development program targeted toward teachers who must learn and implement new strategies and approaches for teaching in a convenient and flexible environment. Using learning objects, following the Cisco model, to develop instructional components for repurposing provides designers with the flexibility to meet different goals and instructional needs of a variety of education and training settings.

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