Digital learning assets

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Digital Learning Assets (DLAs) are any form of content and/or media that have been formatted into a binary source which include the right to use it for the purpose of "facilitating learning". DLAs are most commonly found in online learning such as academic coursework and corporate training. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Larson-Daugherty, C., February 2009 an update to van Nierkerk, A.J. (2006)