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A könyvtárak szerepe a digitális és elektronikus tananyagok archiválásában

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Tartalom: http://ocs.mtak.hu/index.php/nws/2018/paper/view/12
Archívum: NETWORKSHOP
Gyűjtemény: Tartalomszolgáltatások: könyvtárak, levéltárak, múzeumok
Cím:
A könyvtárak szerepe a digitális és elektronikus tananyagok archiválásában
Létrehozó:
Gyula Nagy; SZTE Klebelsberg Könyvtár – SZTE Neveléstudományi Doktori Iskola
Kiadó:
NETWORKSHOP
NETWORKSHOP
Dátum:
2018-12-20 04:53:33
Téma:
e-learning, digital curriculum, archiving, repository, open educational resources
Tartalmi leírás:
The role of libraries in archiving open educational resourcesThe spread of digital and electronic learning materials is ongoing at various levels of the education system, but at the same time the curriculum developers and librarians have not clarified many important issues yet. One of the unanswered questions is the ensuring of the long-term sustainability, retrievability and preservation of digitized and born-digital curricula. It intensifies the problems that generic and unambiguous standards for the production, supply and preservation of e-learning materials do not exist. Frameworks for the dynamic and interactive use of e-learning materials and MOOC courses vary from year to year: new ones are born, and stable platforms are eliminated. In this ever-changing, chaotic environment, the library could be a firm basis as a true memory institution, playing a leading role as the developer of long-term archiving solutions of digital educational materials. A brief international outlook shows some good practices from the OER (Open Educational Resources) repository world. Moreover, our developed solution provides the integration of institutional teaching materials through widely-used repository systems.
The role of libraries in archiving open educational resourcesThe spread of digital and electronic learning materials is ongoing at various levels of the education system, but at the same time the curriculum developers and librarians have not clarified many important issues yet. One of the unanswered questions is the ensuring of the long-term sustainability, retrievability and preservation of digitized and born-digital curricula. It intensifies the problems that generic and unambiguous standards for the production, supply and preservation of e-learning materials do not exist. Frameworks for the dynamic and interactive use of e-learning materials and MOOC courses vary from year to year: new ones are born, and stable platforms are eliminated. In this ever-changing, chaotic environment, the library could be a firm basis as a true memory institution, playing a leading role as the developer of long-term archiving solutions of digital educational materials. A brief international outlook shows some good practices from the OER (Open Educational Resources) repository world. Moreover, our developed solution provides the integration of institutional teaching materials through widely-used repository systems.DOI: 10.31915/NWS.2018.13ORCID: 0000-0002-8391-2851
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magyar
Típus:
Peer-reviewed Paper
Formátum:
application/pdf
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Forrás:
NETWORKSHOP; NETWORKSHOP 2018
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