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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Oct 15, 2002 Volume 28, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 13

  1. Great Idea, but how do I do it? A practical example of learning object creation using SGML/XML

    Janet Bartz & Janet Bartz

    The educational community is interested in learning objects, what they are, how they are used, and the many benefits derived from their use. Most educators are familiar with the value of learning... More

  2. Creating Learning Objects to Enhance the Educational Experiences of American Sign Language Learners: An Instructional Development Report

    Simone Conceição, Rosemary Lehman & Rosemary Lehman

    Little attention has been given to involving the deaf community in distance teaching and learning or in designing courses that relate to their language and culture. This article reports on the... More

  3. Educational Rationale Metadata for Learning Objects

    Tom Carey, Jonathan Swallow, William Oldfield & William Oldfield

    Instructors searching for learning objects in online repositories will be guided in their choices by the content of the object, the characteristics of the learners addressed, and the learning... More

  4. The Learning Object Economy: Implications For Developing Faculty Expertise

    The COHERE Group & The COHERE Group

    The evolving use of learning technologies and systems, such as learning object systems, to support more social learning environments in which learners have more agency than ever before to construct... More

  5. La Contextualisation Des Banques de Ressources: Barrières et Clés

    Aude Dufresne, Alain Senteni, Griff Richard & Griff Richard

    When developing learning resource banks for telearning, it is important to recognize known barriers to the re-use of learning objects and some possible solutions. First, in order that the resources... More

  6. Foreword

    Jamie Rossiter & Jamie Rossiter

  7. CanCore: Metadata for Learning Objects

    Norm Friesen, Anthony Roberts, Sue Fisher & Sue Fisher

    The vision of reusable digital learning resources or objects, made accessible through coordinated repository architectures and metadata technologies, has gained considerable attention within... More

  8. A Convergent Participation Model for Evaluation of Learning Objects

    John Nesbit, Karen Belfer, John Vargo & John Vargo

    The properties that distinguish learning objects from other forms of educational software - global accessibility, metadata standards, finer granularity and reusability - have implications for... More

  9. Organic Aggregation of Knowledge Object in Educational Systems

    Gilbert Paquette, Ioan Rosca & Ioan Rosca

    We propose an organic approach to educational web-based systems where learning objects, operations on these objects, and actors that perform them are aggregated in meaningful ways. The users of a... More

  10. Book Reviews / Revue de Livres

    Brian Lamb, David Wiley & David Wiley

  11. Research Reports / Rapports de recherche

    Ismael Rumzan, Elizabeth Hanlis & Elizabeth Hanlis

  12. La Contextualisation Des Banques de Ressources: Barrires et Cls

    Aude Dufresne, Alain Senteni & Griff Richard

    When developing learning resource banks for telearning, it is important to recognize known barriers to the re-use of learning objects and some possible solutions. First, in order that the resources... More

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  13. Organic Aggregation of Knowledge Objects in Educational Systems

    Gilbert Paquette & Ioan Rosca

    Proposes an organic approach to educational Web-based systems where learning objects (educational resources), operations on these objects, and actors that perform them are aggregated in meaningful ... More

    pp. 11-26

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