Category Archives: learning-objects
Academic Commons announces that the Metropolitan Museum and ARTstor have just started a pioneering initiative to provide high-def digital images to scholars at no charge. The service is available through ARTstor: See the AC blog. Also from Academic Commons: the … Continue reading
A Learning Object is “any digital resource that can be reused to support learning”. The emphasis is on reuse. A resource which can be encapsulated in such a way that it is quasi-autonomous and which may be integrated seamlessly within … Continue reading
“The timeline tool is a web based learning object template which allows an instructor to quickly construct an interactive timeline with audio and visual effects. The finished timeline can serve as a re-useable learning object”: Learning Tools – UBC Arts. … Continue reading
Ilumina Digital Library: http://www.ilumina-dlib.org/ â€œiLumina is a digital library of sharable undergraduate teaching materials for chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, and computer science.â€
The Instructional Use of Learning Objects — Online Version, edited by David Wiley. Great resource.