Interactive media learning object in distance and blended education

@inproceedings{Imran2009InteractiveML,
  title={Interactive media learning object in distance and blended education},
  author={Ali Shariq Imran},
  booktitle={ACM Multimedia},
  year={2009}
}
Lecture videos contain most of the instructional content. These videos contents are in general non-scripted and unedited and thus do not provide the required level of interactivity from such material. Therefore, these videos fail to captivate students' attention for long and thus their effective use remains a challenge. In this regard, Media Learning Object (MLO) can play an important role in future flexible education. MLOs are media rich documents that have pedagogical values encapsulated with… CONTINUE READING

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