R Hope Adams, Empire State College
This workshop will demonstrate how to design, develop, and implement pedagogically rich reusable learning objects (RLO), which can be shared and re-used through the SUNY Learning Common. The advantages of RLO include the ability to provide significant interaction between the learner and the instructional program, with instructor input also playing a critical role in an automated environment.
The workshop will consider instruction delivery models, a consideration of instructional case studies, and using technical tools to design, develop, and create a RLO in any content/curricular area.
Co-PI’s and Key Partners:
Rosalyn Rufer, School for Graduate Studies, MBA, SUNY Empire State College
Reports and Resources:
- Reusable Learning Object (RLO) Development Workshop
- RLO Research Publication, Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, ISSN 1941-8027 (Print) 1941-8035 (Online)
- Reusable Learning Object-VRIO