Multiple Metrics Besides Estimating the Effectiveness of Reusing Learning Objects(Pages 740-745)
King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.
Developing perception systems with the ability to provide semantic information is one of the most challenging aspects of modern learning technology. Due to these changes, numerous learning objects are now available in learning object repositories. These materials have been deemed more beneficial than traditional books due to their high potential for reusability. The goal of this study is to investigate the extent to which these learning objects can be reused for various purposes. A case study methodology was employed to examine this phenomenon in a specific context. However, selecting unsuitable learning objects may be less effective than creating the Learning Objects System (LOS) from scratch. Evaluating the usability of these LOS has become increasingly significant, as the number of LOS in repositories continues to grow. This evaluation aids in determining the reusability of LOS.
Learning Objects; Technology integration; Design; Classification; Representations; Presentation object; Practice object; Simulation object; Conceptual model object; Information object; Contextual representation object.
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Mohammed Alsiagh. Multiple Metrics Besides Estimating the Effectiveness of Reusing Learning Objects. [ref]: vol.21.2023. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol21-a79/
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