SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] Multimedia Learning Objects
[Sigia-l] Multimedia Learning Objects
I wonder if anyone can point me to their favorite examples of what I
would call multimedia information objects, but which are sometimes
called learning objects. These are short, discrete little interactive
learning experiences on a narrow topic.
I've found a few examples but I need more for a project proposal.
Here's an interactive map of some English parks:
Learn about the damage caused by Katrina. Click the tabs and you'll see
that each tab has a different interactive component.
The New York Times is a leader in this field and you can view many of
their efforts at: http://www.nytimes.com/pages/multimedia/index.html
I also like the Vision 101 presentation at the bottom of this page:
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