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In order to achieve student success, the resource-based learning approach states that there must be an introduction of more exercises that present a "real-world challenge" to students (Rakes, 1996).
Teaching and learning in digital environments: The resurgence of resource-based learning.
21 st century librarians are working together with information/learning communities to enhance the production, availability, and preservation of knowledge; collaborating beyond their facilities to create active, resource-based learning models that encourage critical thinking; and fostering the creation of information communities, both within and outside the library.
The course provides students with an innovative environment for resource-based learning by giving them access to an indexed personal library of 300 articles, as well as 350 MB of video clips, CBT and animations on CD-ROM (Jones, Kear & Reilly, 1998), in addition to printed course material.
It is a framework that can be adopted by those educators working in resource-based learning and design and technology.
According to Desmond Kee, manager for the IMS Asia Center, one of the key projects under Singapore's masterplan for information technology in Education is to establish digital media repositories that provide multimedia resources for resource-based learning.
A Qualitative Analysis of Scaffolding Use in a Resource-Based Learning Environment Involving the World Wide Web.
Contemporary VLEs can thus be part of a major shift from content-based to resource-based learning that also involves collaborative learning, and we can see examples of this in the detailed description on our VLE website.