publication . Article . 2004

Discovery and use of online learning resources: Case study findings

Mimi Recker; Dorward, J.; Nelson, L. M.;
  • Published: 01 Apr 2004
Abstract
Much recent research and funding have focused on building Internet-based repositories that contain collections of high-quality learning resources, often called learning objects. Yet little is known about how non-specialist users, in particular teachers, find, access, and use digital learning resources. To address this gap, this article describes a case study of mathematics and science teachers practices and desires surrounding the discovery, selection, and use of digital library resources for instructional purposes. Findings suggest that the teacher participants used a broad range of search strategies in order to find resources that they deemed were age-appropri...
Subjects
free text keywords: Case studies, Education, Human-computer interaction, Qualitative studies, Special aspects of education, LC8-6691, Technology (General), T1-995
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publication . Article . 2004

Discovery and use of online learning resources: Case study findings

Mimi Recker; Dorward, J.; Nelson, L. M.;