A New Learning Object Repository for Language Learning: Methods and Possible Outcomes
Catherine Caws, University of Victoria, Canada ; Norm Friesen, Simon Fraser University, Canada ; Martin Beaudoin, Faculté Saint-Jean, University of Alberta, Canada
IJELLO Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1552-2237 Publisher: Informing Science Institute
Learning objects and repositories have been receiving more and more attention in the area of computer assisted language learning. The integration of learning object repositories into language programs presents both opportunities and challenges. This paper considers these as they arise specifically in conjunction with the development of an online collection of resources for teaching and learning French as a second language. This paper evaluates the specific characteristics of this new collection and focuses on the design and procedures used in the development of such a col- lection. The paper also outlines a program aimed at understanding the situated use of this collection of resources in French language learning contexts.
Caws, C., Friesen, N. & Beaudoin, M. (2006). A New Learning Object Repository for Language Learning: Methods and Possible Outcomes. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 2(1), 111-124. Informing Science Institute.
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