Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) are exactly what they sound like:
objects for learning that can be used again and again.
When done well, RLOs have some common characteristics:
- They are interactive and visual, making them a useful learning activity for students who prefer a multimodal learning experience.
- They are digital, making them easy to store, update, adapt, and share.
- They are multipurpose and flexible, allowing them to be used in various learning settings, assessments, activities.
- They are adaptable to any content area and any learning strategy.
- They offer a small chunk of learning with one learning objective, also known as microlearning, making them useful for learning and revisiting for a quick review.
The Writing Process – created by Nicole Penny
Aristotle & Three Appeals – created by Nicole Penny
Travel for the Facts – created by Karlis Sprogis