Randomization, Customization and Personalization: Making Learning Interactions Mean Something
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The production of effective and inexpensive interactive learning objects is a constant challenge for any institution’s instructional development team. Britt Carr shares strategies for customizing and randomizing learning objects to make them truly interactive and personal for the online/hybrid learner. He also discusses how separating content from context can make learning objects re-usable across vertical and horizontal areas within an institution.
Runtime : 00:39:58 Added : 06/08/2010
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