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Re: [school-discuss] Learning Objects
Yes, Macromedia technology is closed and most of the
technology used to create learning objects is
too....However, the content repositories to store,
search, and reuse the learning objects, could be
developed using open-source technologies. In fact,
there's a good opportunity to develop an open-source
learning object repository. To my knowledge, I don't
know of any that exisist proprietary or otherwise. But
as more learning objects are developed....there will
be a huge need to store and sort all of them so they
can be reused.
--- Massimiliano Mirra <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Anna Johnson <email@example.com> writes:
> > Learning Objects are basically chunks of reusable
> > digital content that can be used to create a
> lesson or
> > course, including assessment.
> > For more info about learning objects, visit
> > Macromedia. The site includes sample assets so
> Thanks, Anna.
> I gather the Macromedia technology is closed,
> proprietary, and aimed
> at Windows and MacIntosh platforms, but the concepts
> themselves have
> nothing to do with platforms. As for
> implementation, it looks like
> slides in pills and on steroids. I've found this
> page useful to get
> an understanding about the `what' rather than the
> (I didn't get an overall nice impression. But I
> barely more than
> glanced at the thing.)
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