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Learning Objects: Seeking Simple Definitions, A New Zealand Experience
|Title:||Learning Objects: Seeking Simple Definitions, A New Zealand Experience|
|Author Affiliation:||John Clayton - Waikato Institute of Technology|
|Abstract:||A learning object is generally a reusable digital resource that exists in a repository and can be retrieved over the Internet. Learning objects have the potential to reduce costs and improve the quality of content presented to learners. However, there appears to be confusion on what a learning object actually is. This paper describes how the project team of the Open Source Learning Object Repository, a Tertiary Education Commission of New Zealand, funded project, looked for simple definitions.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
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TCC 2006 Proceedings|
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