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Chasing swords and e-lesrning idealolgies


Clashing swords and e-learning idealogies

19 August 2010

Inspired by Martin Weller’s book on VLEs. Just read Chapter Seven – Standards and Specification and Chapter Eight – Learning Design. notes to follow.

Courtesy of the OU’s 1990 book ‘The Good Study Guide’ I am trying to make my notes less a cut and paste and more a considered extraction of ideas, my agreements, disagreements and questions with a few notable quotes and references to follow up. These are probably then best catalogued and tagged in the OU ePortfolio MyStuff (for now).

Having read ‘Standards and Specifications’ I am wondering what role e-learning designers might play once a set of common approaches have been adopted? Once every learning design follows ‘the script’ the way a Hollywood screenplay has its three acts, various turning points, antagonists and protagonists, roles and events.

For every chapter I read, I read two chapters of a Bernard Cornwell Novel ‘The Lords of the North’ and a chapter of Norman Davies’s history of the Isles (UK and the Republic of Ireland).

I won’t be able to afford this luxury come September, a new season and a new moduel H808 ‘The Elearning Professional.’


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