What is a Learning Object?

Learning objects are self-standing, reusable objects created to address a specific instructional objective. See Re-use of Learning Objects for more information.

A stated instructional objective is the basis upon which a Learning Object exists within Claro.

A Learning Object can be reinforced by a review and tested with test questions.

The construct of a Learning Object comprises several components, including:

  • A stated objective referred to as a description
  • The knowledge content (the topic information and assets including any media files)
  • A review or practice exercise
  • An assessment (test questions)
  • Keywords, terms and/or phrases
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