Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

HERDSA

Faculty

Vice Chancellery

School

Vice Chancellery

RAS ID

5011

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This article was originally published as: Oliver, R. G. (2007). Reusing and sharing learning designs in higher education. Proceedings of HERDSA Annual Conference . (pp. x429). Adelaide. HERDSA. Original article available here

Abstract

This paper discusses the emerging need and opportunities for the development of representations and forms for learning designs, the activities a teacher plans to engage learners in learning settings. The paper argues that effective teaching practice, especially that involving ICT, should be able to be described and represented in ways that facilitate sharing and reuse. The paper discusses the ways in which descriptions of learning activities and practices can be described and stored so that they might be accessed and used by others. It describes a Carrick Institute project which seeks to develop strategies and resources that will provide answers to these questions and goals for the sharing and reuse of quality ICT-based learning settings.

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