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Open educational resources (OER): models for adaptation and localization
Amiel, Tel · Orey, Michael · West, Richard

Translated titleRecursos Educacionais Abertos (REA): modelos para localização e adaptação
PublishedMarch 2011
JournalETD - Educação Temática Digital
Volume 12, Issue mar., Pages 112–125
PublisherUniversidade Estadual de Campinas
CountryBrazil, South America

ABSTRACT
Neste artigo apresentamos questões relativas à localização e adaptação de recursos educacionais digitais. Começamos com uma discussão sobre objetos de aprendizagem (OA) e recursos educacionais abertos (REA). Apresentamos três estratégias que podem auxiliar designers, professores e usuários a refletir sobre a possibilidade de reuso, localização, e adaptação cultural de recursos educacionais digitais.AbstractIn this article we present concerns regarding localization of digital educational resources. We begin with a discussion regarding learning objects (LO) and open educational resources (OER). Finally we present three strategies that can help designers, teachers, and users to think about the reuse, localization, and cultural repurposing of digital educational resources.KeywordsCultural diversity; Open educational resources; Learning objects; Open education; Instructional design

Keywords cultural diversity · design instrucional · diversidade cultural · educação aberta · instructional design · learning objects · objetos de aprendizagem · open education · Open Educational Resources · recursos educacionais abertos

ISSN1676-2592
Other numbermar.
RefereedYes
Rightsby-nc/3.0/br/deed.pt_BR
URLhttp://ojs.fe.unicamp.br/ged/etd/article/view/2284
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