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Title: Open Learning Objects as an Intelligent Way of Organizing Educational Material
Authors: Shi, Hongchi
Rodriguez, Othoniel
Chen, Su-Shing
Keywords: Computing Milieux sub_subject: Computers and Education,Learning object, e-learning, learning object to learner interaction, learning object adaptation, meta data
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2002
Abstract: Learning Objects (LO) facilitate learning of concepts and topics using self-contained modules that can be easily re-used in different learning contexts. Several organizations, most notably the IEEE and the IMS Consortium, have proposed standards for describing these learning objects, i.e., IMS/IEEE Learning Object Metadata (LOM) standards. Although these efforts substantially advance the goals of interoperability, they do not address the need for accessibility to the internal composition of the learning objects themselves. Under the present standards, LOs remain opaque entities from which valuable information cannot be easily gleaned or harvested, nor introduced or adapted. The support for learner modeling and adaptation, both in terms of general interaction preference and in terms of performance, is not well addressed within these opaque objects, as the interaction with the learner and the adaptation to the learner are not explicitly made accessible in an application independent manner.
URI: http://www.citidel.org/handle/10117/183
Other Identifiers: 277
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