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Facilitating uptake of online role play: Reusability, learning objects and learning designs

@inproceedings{Wills2006FacilitatingUO,
  title={Facilitating uptake of online role play: Reusability, learning objects and learning designs},
  author={Sandra Wills and Anne McDougall},
  year={2006}
}
  • Sandra Wills, Anne McDougall
  • Published 2006
  • Computer Science
  • This study tracks the uptake of online role play in Australia from 1990 to 2006 and the affordances to its uptake. It examines reusability, as one affordance, from the perspective of two often polarized constructs: Learning Object and Learning Design. The study treats “reuse” on two levels: reuse of an existing online role play and reuse of an online role play as the model for another role play. In keeping with terminology that has come into recent use, we propose that the first level implies… CONTINUE READING

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