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Learning Objects 3 and Instructional Design

Abstract : Learning Objects and Instructional Design is focused upon the art and the science of producing learning objects that meet educational standards and needs as well as technological and functional criteria. Written by educators from across the globe, the book emphasizes two critical, strategic factors: 1) form follows function, and 2) learning objects must address the needs and desires of learners within their learning or educational context. The book integrates issues such as multimedia for instructional purposes, and covers learning objects and instructional design within the context of elearning. The books authors set forth a clear linkage between theory and praxis that makes this book a handbook as well as a series of stimulation treatises on how learning objects can transform 21st century education. (
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Alex Koohang, Keith Harman. Learning Objects 3 and Instructional Design. Informing Science Press, 490 p., 2007. ⟨hal-00190775⟩



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