February  21, 2024

Episode 1: Learning Objects

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00:00:00 - Hello, and welcome during the audience for today's podcast, we will talk about one of the trends in e-learning, that are learning objects.

00:00:23 - For this reason, we have some experts in this topic and some students, telling their experiences with these amazing tools. Now let me introduce Andrea and Luisa, our experts in learning objects. They are going to introduce what learning objects are, why they are so important, know what they, they may impact, benefit some drawer and drawbacks, the principal theories that are the foundation of those tools and how they must teach. So let's start with our first

00:00:50 - Yes, Andrea Lozano. Andrea, can you tell us what learning objects are, please?

00:00:57 - Hello, Gaby and Eileen, and of course, well, a learning object according to Willi 2000 is a digital resource that can be reused to support learning, which is a definition that has been changed over the years. And additionally, learning objects have become so important since it helps us to improve the quality of education by implementing a whole learning object system where the idea is to support the educational needs from the different states.

00:01:33 - Wow I'm red that's amazing now we can see it's important since we are in the middle of the information age where we have more facilities to construct new knowledge

00:01:44 - But now I'm wondering, what about the impact, benefits and drawbacks?

00:01:52 - Well, that's a very interesting question, and taking into account this is a concept that is in continuous change. First, the main impact that is also related to the benefits is the fact of increased value of the content, the interoperability, the content customization, and searching and content management. Also, some of the drawbacks are the lack of clear information, intellectual property rights and language and geographical depth.

00:02:27 - Just to be sure that result in his article of 2010 is right, let's ask our students so tell us is this true?

00:02:38 - You're right, Andre. So what do you think, Vivienne Astrid?

00:02:43 - Okay, hello everybody. Well, me as a student, I have experienced what the expert Andrea said.

00:02:49 - At university, whatever we have to look for new information, then learning objects we know to differentiate when content is available, and is up to date.

00:03:00 - Also, sometimes we can find that kind of information no matter the device as long as we have an internet connection.

00:03:07 - Additionally, we select only the information we need or that was required.

00:03:13 - Finally, I'd love to implement learning objects such as mind maps, infographics, videos, and presentations in order to understand or present better a topic.

00:03:27 - Well, hi, I agree with Vivi, but I have another type of experience.

of experience so on the other hand it's true that as we don't always have someone to explain the subject sometimes the definitions are not clear so that research and challenge you know be aware of idioms and expressions depending on where the material comes from and well the most freaky thing is the intellectual property rights since it's essential to reference and cite authors and in my case the

00:03:57 - The upper standards are a challenge. I definitely struggle with it.

00:04:02 - Okay, I see girls. Thank you for giving your experiences about learning objects.

00:04:07 - Now, let's listen to our last expert, Luisa.

00:04:10 - Lu, can you tell me or can you tell us the principal theories that are at the foundation of those tools and how they must be?

00:04:18 - Hello everyone, of course, there are two principle theories that learn objects based on constructive reasons, which is a kind of learning that involves the act of the construction of knowledge in set up, simply obtaining and accumulating it, that provides instruction that supports knowledge construction.

00:04:40 - Also, the general theory is based on the relationship made between the learning videos, experiences of knowledge and the new information percent. The individual has an active role in constructing our knowledge. Finally, they conclude our topic and to be sure how are learning of the world. There are the main features, fundamental, combined clouds, combined open generality presentation generality and institutional accessible was reusable in through interoperable adaptable versioning and granular perfect and thank all of you for your amazing comments about the topic

00:05:31 - Thank you for listening and talk to you next Wednesday. Bye everybody. Bye Anna. Bye.

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