Author(s)Arús Hita, Jorge
Fernández-Pampillón Cesteros , Ana
Lahoz Bengoechea, José María
Domínguez , Elena
Armas Ranero, Isabel de
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AbstractThe ever-increasing presence of e-learning tools in education at different levels has brought about a wealth of electronic teaching material, often convertible into Learning Objects (LOs). However, in spite of the advantages of the LO model and the technology associated with it, there is a gap between the IT knowledge and skills of the potential users of LO, i.e. the instructors, and the potential offered by the LO approach. Showing an example of academic R&D put to the service of education, this paper presents a novel procedure for the transparent creation of LOs which can then be stored and managed in LO repositories. This procedure uses a tool for quality assessment to guide the construction process of LOs.