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Learning Object Development and Repository Design for Digital Government Instruction

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3 Author(s)
Nathan Botts ; Claremont Graduate Univ., Claremont ; Benjamin Schooley ; Thomas A. Horan

As the field of e-government expands and grows, the number of academic courses, professional workshops, online courses, and continuing education opportunities in this field also increases. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the field, learning and teaching content tends to be pulled from numerous paper and electronic sources. This pilot study explored the potential structure and benefits of an online repository of electronic learning objects for the field of e-government. Design research was used as a methodology to design, implement, and evaluate an online learning object repository within the context of a University e-government course. The pilot project is described, qualitative evaluation findings reported, and implications and future research directions are presented.

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Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Proceedings of the 41st Annual

Date of Conference:

7-10 Jan. 2008