DigiCULT Thematic Issue IV.
Guntram Geser et.al. (2003): DigiCULT Thematic Issue IV. Learning Objects from Cultural and Scientific Heritage Resources
Heritage institutions need to improve their relevance for the education sector and lifelong learners in attractive, efficient, and sustainable ways. Simply displaying collection objects, considered useful for informal learning in some way or another online, is not enough.What is called for are learning objects: highly interoperable and reusable modular building blocks for e-learning content based on widely shared specifications or standards.
Provision of such objects, demands closer collaboration between the heritage and e-learning sectors, that concentrates on the enhancement of e-learning interoperability, both in terms of technical standards and in terms of appropriate forms of learning. DigiCULT regards such collaboration as crucial to unlocking the richness and diversity of Europe’s cultural and scientific heritage for e-learning within our knowledge-based society.
DigiCULT Publications offer a valuable resource of mission-critical information in the selection and use of digital technologies for Europe’s heritage organisations.PDF öffnen