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Reusable e-learning development: Case studies, practices and issues of awareness for knowledge-based organisations

Reusable e-learning development: Case studies, practices and issues of awareness for knowledge-based organisations
Reusable e-learning development: Case studies, practices and issues of awareness for knowledge-based organisations
Reusable e-learning development (RED) is defined as the cloning, modification and customisation of existing files or source codes for developing another website or another web-based application. RED does not imply just copying and changing existing files or source codes but rather, it provides a practical technique for time-saving, improving efficiency and maximising utility of existing resources for creating another website or another web-based application. RED is particularly useful for a large-scale web development, where there is an extremely high degree of overlapping of information, resources and web designs. Therefore, RED has been widely adopted by many knowledge-based organisations (KBO). In order to investigate the impacts of RED on KBO, various case studies, practices and issues of awareness for KBO are presented and analysed. This paper particularly focuses on studies and recommended practices from the University of Cambridge. Results from these case studies reveal a number of outcomes.
Reusable e-learning development, reusable course materials, reusable e-learning resources.
Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor
8327af45-7ad7-4f35-b614-cc4df8118bb5
Chang, Victor
8327af45-7ad7-4f35-b614-cc4df8118bb5

Chang, Victor (2004) Reusable e-learning development: Case studies, practices and issues of awareness for knowledge-based organisations. Chang, Victor (ed.) The 2004 ITRE Information Technology, Research and Education Conference, London Metropolitan University, 26-30 June 2004., United Kingdom. 26 - 30 Jun 2004.

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Reusable e-learning development (RED) is defined as the cloning, modification and customisation of existing files or source codes for developing another website or another web-based application. RED does not imply just copying and changing existing files or source codes but rather, it provides a practical technique for time-saving, improving efficiency and maximising utility of existing resources for creating another website or another web-based application. RED is particularly useful for a large-scale web development, where there is an extremely high degree of overlapping of information, resources and web designs. Therefore, RED has been widely adopted by many knowledge-based organisations (KBO). In order to investigate the impacts of RED on KBO, various case studies, practices and issues of awareness for KBO are presented and analysed. This paper particularly focuses on studies and recommended practices from the University of Cambridge. Results from these case studies reveal a number of outcomes.

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Published date: 2004
Additional Information: Event Dates: 26-30 June 2004
Venue - Dates: The 2004 ITRE Information Technology, Research and Education Conference, London Metropolitan University, 26-30 June 2004., United Kingdom, 2004-06-26 - 2004-06-30
Keywords: Reusable e-learning development, reusable course materials, reusable e-learning resources.
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 261977
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/261977
PURE UUID: f28009dd-8c61-4489-8dd1-50088b5137ff

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Date deposited: 15 Feb 2006
Last modified: 28 Oct 2019 21:25

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