Is the Academy Ready for Learning Objects?
|dc.creator||Acker, Stephen R.|
|dc.creator||Pearl, Dennis K.|
|dc.creator||Rissing, Steven W.|
|dc.description.abstract||Are the instructional infrastructure and academic culture of higher education ready to deliver and embrace learning objects? The answer is “yes,” but not at a level that suggests massive institutional transformation-- yet. The promise remains too tenuous, the risk-reward ratio too high, and the sense of urgency too low for the majority of faculty to change their current practices. Nonetheless, learning objects-- right-sized content that may be re-used, re-contextualized, and re-purposed—bring with them small seeds of change that likely will grow vigorously in the future.||en|
|dc.description.sponsorship||Ohio Learning Network||en|
|dc.title||Is the Academy Ready for Learning Objects?||en|
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