Choosing for learning objects: The possible deployment of learning objects with eight educational ambitions of Dutch institutions of higher education

Judith Schoonenboom, Bruno Emans, Joost Meijer

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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.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUtrecht
PublisherStichting Digitale Universiteit
Number of pages18
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2006
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

SeriesLearning objects in practice
Volume1

Keywords

  • learning objects
  • higher education
  • flexibility

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