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Xerte in Landbased studies

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How to you persuade teachers in practical and vocational subject areas to invest time in learning how to use a content creation package like Xerte toolkits?

Eddy Knasel has been active in the Land Based Colleges National Consortium - a group dedicated to helping Land Based Colleges achieve high quality teaching and learning. Tutors in such colleges are often very hands-on and practical but the theory still needs to be taught. Eddy put together this learnin gobject to show how Xerte Toolkits could be a great way of doing the theory in ways that would suit classroom use and also work on tablets - or even phones - in the field. This learning object demonstrates different ways of using Xerte page types in a Land based curriculum.

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  • Used pagetypes: Navigator - Tabbed navigator Media - Graphic and sound page Interactivity - multiple choice questions Navigator - Accordion Navigator Navigator - Slide show Interactivity - Hotspot image Interactivity - Categories Interactivity - Gap fill Interactivity - Matching texts Interactivity - Annotated diagram
  • Flash/html5: Flash
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution - Non Commercial - NoDerivs
  • User: Beginner
  • How this LO add value for my learners?: The learning object shows tutors ways they could use Xerte in a curriculum context with which they are familiar.
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