THE COLLEGE IS DISCONTINUING THE OAKS LEARNING OBJECT REPOSITORY. THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD BY WHICH FACULTY CAN ACCOMPLISH THE SAME GOAL. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIST FOR ASSISTANCE.
The Learning Object Repository (LOR) inside OAKS is a place where faculty can share course material, files, quizzes and question banks (all called learning objects) with other faculty on the College of Charleston campus. This document covers some important tips and best practices to ensure that the material you publish to the LOR is easily accessible.
- Search online databases of learning objects.
- Share course content with other faculty members.
Application: OAKS (Desire2Learn v10.3)
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|1||—||The Learning Object Repository (LOR) within OAKS provides a centralized location for users to effectively store, manage and share learning objects such as course files, content modules and quizzes with other users across courses, sections, and special courses.||LOR Overview|
|2||—||Publishing learning objects allows other CofC users to link to the items in their OAKS course, making it available for students.||Publishing to the LOR|
|3||—||Retrieving learning objects allows you to publish the items in your course, making it available for students.||Retrieving from the LOR|
|4||When using the OAKS Learning Object Repository (LOR) there are a few tips to make your learning objects easier for others to find and use.||LOR Best Practices|
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