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  1. Learning Objects for Library Instruction

    Diaz, Karen R.; O'Hanlon, Nancy
    This presentation was given at the Spring Workshop of the Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO) Instruction Interest Group on April 23, 2004. It discusses theory of learning objects and provides examples of learning object repositories. Techniques and software useful for building interactive learning objects, such as simulations, games, guided tasks (action mazes and Web Quests) are described. Evaluation of learning objects and use of the National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII) observation tool are also covered. A workshop activity and a resource list are included.

  2. The Disease Triangle as a Reusable Learning Object

    Curtis, Charles R.; Blevins, Derek; O'Hanlon, Nancy; Green, Cable T.
    The disease triangle is a widely used, practical conceptual model for teaching basic plant pathology. The concept is often used as a springboard to introduce students to advanced concepts on how diseases develop and the significance of plant diseases in the environment. This article describes development and recommended usage of an interactive learning object entitled "The Disease Triangle." This object provides three levels of instruction on the disease triangle concept, along with appropriate user activities, including concept mapping, and assessments. Research skills instruction to enhance further application of the concept is also recommended.

  3. Darwin_Scientist

    Damle, Amod
    This image is one in a series used in a learning object. It is an original oil painting by Amod Damle inspired by a video biography on Darwin.

  4. The coming collision between automated instruction and social constructivism

    Wiley, David
    Ohio Learning Network

  5. Is the Academy Ready for Learning Objects?

    Acker, Stephen R.; Pearl, Dennis K.; Rissing, Steven W.
    Are the instructional infrastructure and academic culture of higher education ready to deliver and embrace learning objects? The answer is “yes,” but not at a level that suggests massive institutional transformation-- yet. The promise remains too tenuous, the risk-reward ratio too high, and the sense of urgency too low for the majority of faculty to change their current practices. Nonetheless, learning objects-- right-sized content that may be re-used, re-contextualized, and re-purposed—bring with them small seeds of change that likely will grow vigorously in the future.

  6. Universal Design for Learning

    Izzo, Margo
    Universal design for learning offers a model to make educational materials accessble to students with disabilities and of maximum value to all learners representing the array of different learning styles.

  7. Using Metadata Standards to Support Interoperability

    Lightle, Kimberly S.
    Ohio Learning Network

  8. The Challenges of Collaborative Knowledge

    Anderson, James A.
    Knowledge is not transcendental but rather locally produced and that knowledge is not forever but rather sustained in a community of practitioners (that may be world-wide in its distribution). These communities are ideological structures held together and marked apart by certain core beliefs about the world, about the character of our knowledge of the world, and about the nature of the evidence of that knowledge. Inside one of these communities, truth is often certain and knowledge one. Members face “culture shock” when they cross the town boundaries to discover that there are real people with power who don’t believe as...

  9. Project Management of your learning community

    Gynn, Catherine
    Ohio Learning Network

  10. Beyond the LOM: A New Generation of Specifications

    Halm, Michael J.
    Ohio Learning Network

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