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|Title:||ICOPER Deliverable 4.1 Content-Development Methodologies Survey|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a qualitative survey of methodologies and systems which are used for “content-development for reuse” within the ICOPER best practice network community. It aims to outline the key topics represented in this community, that illustrate a small set of best practice issues for developing educational resources open for remixing and repurposing, tailored to the European dimension. The survey is structured by the existing view of quality standards in the area of e-learning such as ISO standard guidelines, and by a simple thematic analysis methodology. Each topic used in the survey is clearly thematically present in some parts of the ICOPER community, but not consistently for all of the issues that we would have expected to see. For example, whilst the standards theme is not well represented in the case studies of this community, the sub-topic of ‘rights and licensing’ is clearly very important. It is clearly that case that most content development in this community is still driven by ‘first use’ design, rather than by ‘reuse’ principles.|
|Description:||Conolly, T. (2009). ICOPER Deliverable 4.1 Content-Development Methodologies Survey.|
|Appears in Collections:||4. LMedia: Deliverables, Reports, Work Documents|
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