The Design of Reusable Learning Objects to Teach Database Concepts

By David Louis Laughton Taylor, Glenn Stewart and Timothy Luke Dunn.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Defines Learning Objects and a Framework to be able to develop Learning Objects for use in Database Concepts

Keywords: Database Concepts, Graduate Capabilities, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Shareable Learning Objects.

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.129-142. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.014MB).

Mr David Louis Laughton Taylor

David teaches within the Enterprise Systems Group at Queensland University of Technology and provides SAP BASIS consulting services to clients. He is currently developing resusable learning objects to assist students in learning the required systems administration principles for complex Enterprise Systems such as SAP.

Glenn Stewart

Associate Professor Glenn Stewart is the Enterprise Systems Group Leader within the Faculty of Information Technology at QUT, and has led the development of innovative courses within the first year program in IT. He has been the chief investigator on two ARC Linkage Grants, one FIT Teaching and Learning Grants (on learning styles of first year students and is the Executive Director of the Australasian mySAP.com University Application Hosting Centre. He has been the Chair of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Computer Society, National Director of Publications and Councilor. He has published in the arena of Teaching and Learning, presenting his research results in international conferences and journals. He is a guest editor on the Journal of Information Systems Education and on the editorial board for the International Journal of Logistics Information Management. He was quest editor for LIM for a special issue on the use of Enterprise Systems in Education.

Dr. Timothy Luke Dunn

Dr Tim Dunn is Technical Systems Group leader within the Faculty of Information Technology, and his teaching and research focus on the use of interactive media for teaching, learning and entertainment. He came to QUT from industry, where he was Production Manager for a successful "new-media" software development company. In this commercial environment, he led a team of developers who produced complex IT products, both web and hard-media (CD-ROM, DVD) delivered. He has leveraged industry experience to contribute to the design of many courses now offered at QUT. Tim also has a background in bio-medical research, where he has successfully carried out several research grants (NH&MRC) and published a number of papers in the field of cancer diagnosis and developmental biology.

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