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Creating a Reusable Learning Objects Strategy: Leveraging Information and…

by Chuck Barritt, F. Lee Alderman, Jr.

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Step-by-step, Creating a Reusable Learning Objects Strategy shows how to create and implement a reusable learning objects (RLO) strategy that is flexible enough to accommodate your individual needs or use across a global organization. Creating a Reusable Learning Objects Strategy outlines the benefits and challenges of RLO and shows how to compare your current development process with one based on reusable learning objects. The book also helps evaluate the level of changes you will need to account for during the transition to RLO.

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