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Title: Choosing for learning objects
Other Titles: The possible deployment of learning objects with eight educational ambitions of Dutch institutions of higher education
Authors: Schoonenboom, Judith
Emans, Bruno
Meijer, Joost
Keywords: learning objects
higher education
Issue Date: Nov-2006
Publisher: Digitale Universiteit
Series/Report no.: Learning objects in practice
Abstract: Choosing for learning objects discusses eight educational ambitions and the possible roles of learning objects in realising these ambitions. The eight educational ambitions are: (1) Creating independent learning pathways, for example for lifelong learners; (2) Making education more flexible; (3) Responding to differences between students; (4) The joint development of learning materials together with other institutions or external parties; (5) Attuning to professional practice; (6) Attuning to students’ expectations by using digital interactive learning materials; (7) Making available existing learning materials; (8) Contributing to the acquisition of information skills by making resources available. This document is aimed at policy makers and educational technology consultants.
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