Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of ReportLOTdemo


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    3232=== Definitions ===  
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    34 '''Learning Objects'''. The concept of "learning objecs" is about a decade old. In 1994 Wyne Hodgins named the CedMA working group as "Learning Arhitectures, APIs and Learning Objects" (Polsani 2003). Holdings idea was to have interoperable pieces of information that could be combined like LEGO blogs (Jacobsen 2001). Since then there have been number of attemts to standardize "learning objects". In 2002 IEEE Learning Techonlogy Standards Committee agreed of the Learning Object Metadata (LOM) standard. Same time it defined the "learning object" as follows:  
     34'''Learning Objects'''. The concept of "learning objecs" is about a decade old. In 1994 Wayne Hodgins named the CedMA working group as "Learning Arhitectures, APIs and Learning Objects" (Polsani 2003). Holdings idea was to have interoperable pieces of information that could be combined like LEGO blocks (Jacobsen 2001). Since then there have been number of attemts to standardize "learning objects". In 2002 IEEE Learning Techonlogy Standards Committee agreed of the Learning Object Metadata (LOM) standard (IEEE, 2002). Same time it defined the "learning object" as follows:  
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    3636''“Learning object is any entity, digital or non digital, that may be used for learning, education or teaching.”''  
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    38 The IEEE's definition has been criticized by number of authors (for instance: Wiley 2000; Polsani 2003; Leinonen 2005). The main concern has been that the definition is too broad. If everything is a "leaening object" nothing is a "learning object". Because of this, in the WP3, we have decided to use a slightly different definition. In the WP3 we define learning object as follows:  
     38The IEEE's definition has been criticized by number of authors (for instance: Polsani 2003; Leinonen 2005). The main concern has been that the definition is too broad. If everything is a "leaening object" nothing is a "learning object". Because of this, in the WP3, we have decided to use a slightly different definition. In the WP3 we define learning object as follows:  
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    4040''"“Learning object is any entity, digital or non digital, that '''is''' or '''is aimed to be''' used for learning, education or teaching.”'  
     
    9292=== Progressive Inquiry Context Template ===  
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    94 Progressive Inquiry Context Template (PILOT) is used to support progressive inquiry knowledge building process in Knowledge Building discussion tool found in Fle3 learning environment (Põldoja ''et al'' 2006). Each PILOT consists of two parts - (1) text version of course context and (2) rich media teaser that is introducing the course context. 
     94Progressive Inquiry Context Template (PILOT) is used to support progressive inquiry knowledge building process in Knowledge Building discussion tool found in Fle3 learning environment (Põldoja ''et al'', 2006). Each PILOT consists of two parts - (1) text version of course context and (2) rich media teaser that is introducing the course context. 
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    9696The following scenario will describe typical usage of PILOT: 
     
    123123Hakkarainen, K., Lipponen, L. & Lonka, K. (2004). Tutkiva oppiminen - järki, tunteet ja kulttuuri oppimisen sytyttäjänä. WSOY, Helsinki. 
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     125IEEE P1484.12.1-2002 Draft Standard for Learning Object Metadata, Learning Object Metadata Working Group of the IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (2002). Retrieved July 18, 2006, from http://ltsc.ieee.org/wg12/files/LOM_1484_12_1_v1_Final_Draft.pdf 
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    125127Jacobsen, P. (2001). Reusable Learning Objects. Retrieved July 18, 2006, from http://www.ltimagazine.com/ltimagazine/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=5043 
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