Best Faculty-level presentation on Learning Objects from the last 18 months

http://www.designingwbt.com/content/
madison/objectkeynote.pdf

I’m working on a number of different learning object repository projects at the moment and have been spending the last few days digging through masses of material I’ve bookmarked and blogged over the past few years. All of which brought me back to this presentation given by William Horton at the 18th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning in 2002. I know it’s saying a lot (maybe not) but it gets my vote for the best non-technical presentation on learning objects and related issues that I’ve seen over the last few years. I’d especially highlight the third slide on page 19 – ‘What Needs to be Communicated’ – as the best explanation EVER of what SCORM is meant to facilitate without ever mentioning the acronym itself. If your task involves explaining the value, issues and context of learning objects to faculty, you could do worse than borrow some ideas from this presentation. – SWL

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Best Faculty-level presentation on Learning Objects from the last 18 months

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