We discussed the role of chunking in eLearning in a recent blog posting, “How Chunking Improves eLearning” (3/26/2014). There is a particular chunking strategy that segments content into Reusable Learning Objects, also known as nuggets, chunks, information objects, reusable information objects, or sharable content objects.
A Reusable Learning Object may include content, practice and assessment, as in the model illustrated on the right.
A Content Management System, Learning Content Management System or a Knowledge Management System can be used to manage various knowledge assets so that RLOs can be pieced together to form various types of content. In addition, some Content Management Systems provide the features of a Learning Management System (LMS), enabling them to also manage and track the progress of learners. An experienced knowledge solutions developer can guide you to a solution that will best meet your varied needs.
- What is the shelf life of the content?
- How immediate is the knowledge need or demand?
- What is the scalability of the content? Are there small pieces that can stand on their own?
- Are there unique audiences or applications for varied use of core content?
- What is the location, size and function of the potential audience or user groups?
- Would this format reach an audience that might otherwise not be reached?
- How much of an advantage would single source management be?
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