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Learning Objects 1: Theory, Praxis, Issues, and Trends

Abstract : Learning Objects, Theory, Praxis, Issues, and Trends provides an in-depth look at how learning objects are changing teaching and learning today and how learning objects will play an important role in the development of 21st century education. Written by a set of educators and Information Scientists from across the globe, the book ties current theory to current practices and uses that perspective as a foundation to chart new directions in the theory and praxis of learning objects. While the book's authors dare to envision new and better ways to develop and deliver learning, they stay squarely focused upon a systems perspective that takes into account the needs and desires of key and often competing stakeholders: administrators, course developers, faculty, librarians, professional standards boards, accrediting agencies, and of course, students. While the book is imminently practical, it is firmly routed in cutting edge theory and classic theoretical paradigms drawn from education, psychology, sociology, and information science. (
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Alex Koohang, Keith Harman. Learning Objects 1: Theory, Praxis, Issues, and Trends. Informing Science Press, 626 p., 2007. ⟨hal-00190773⟩



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