Design, Development and Reuse of Pedagogically Sound Learning Objects

Updated: 3:17pm, 21 Oct, 2022
1 April 2005 (Fri)
Room 101, 1/F., Runme Shaw Building, The University of Hong Kong
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This seminar is co-organized by CITE & the Faculty of Education Due to the request by participants from the previous seminar on 18th of February, 2005, Dr Churchill decided to conduct an additional session. After a brief review of the concepts from the previous seminar, this session will examine issues of design, development and reuse of learning objects. Particular attention will be given to design of conceptual models of subject matter expert���s cognitive resources. Some simple tools for development will also be illustrated. Several contexts for reuse of learning objects will be explored such as on-line student-centered activities and classrooms teaching. In addition, the presenter will emphasize importance of digital libraries for reuse of learning objects.

About the speaker(s):
The workshop will be conducted by Dr Daniel Churchill. Dr Churchill is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong. Before moving to Hong Kong, Dr Churchill worked in Singapore, Australia and Yugoslavia. Dr Churchill specializes in the areas of educational technology in classroom teaching and learning, instructional design methods, design of e-learning environments and multimedia design. Dr Churchill���s expertise is a product of diverse experience and versatile educational background that includes university qualifications in the areas of Engineering, Education, Instructional Design and Interactive Multimedia Technologies.
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