Learning Objects (LO)

Their appearance dates back to the 1970s in the Latin American countries. They have been spreading all over the world through the years until they adopted their identity, which was conferred by Wayne Hodgins (1992), who developed the concept around content fragmentation with the purpose of facilitating and dynamizing the learning easily, allowing to move forward in the building of knowledge until we get to more complex knowledge with greater projection.

 

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