of the 2007 Informing Science and IT Education Joint Conference Creating Learning Objects

@inproceedings{Lerma2007ofT2,
  title={of the 2007 Informing Science and IT Education Joint Conference Creating Learning Objects},
  author={Carlos Lerma},
  year={2007}
}
The changes that computers have introduced to society include the way and speed in which humans acquire knowledge and process information. The use of computers has been driven by academic research, and it is within academic settings where the use of computers has been felt stronger by society. This paper identifies the different types of learning objects and determines the factors that should be taken into consideration in the creation of learning objects, along with the different tools needed… CONTINUE READING

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