The final pre-print of my upcoming chapter reviewing the learning objects literature is now available.
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Thanks, David. Very helpful article, especially for newcomers like me. It provided me a good sense of the learning objects landscape. Many of the basic words and ideas were familiar, but the article helped clarify these. It also filled in some historical background that I didn’t know. I was amazed that some of the things I see being discussed in the edublogging world only go back to 2000. And I had no sense of the current disarray in the research on learning objects.
I finished the article wishing you’d taken more chances in the last section. I’d loved to have heard your best guesses on how things will develop. Perhaps a later piece.
Thanks again. Very much appreciated.
David, the link to the PDF seems to be broken…
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