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Applying Multimodal Discourse Analysis to Learning Objects' User Interface

George Vorvilas 1 *, Thanassis Karalis 1, Konstantinos Ravalis 1

CONT ED TECHNOLOGY, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp. 255-266

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This article presents a framework of semiotic analysis that could be used for interpreting learning objects. Many learning objects are multimodal representations that aim at servicing specific educational objectives. Consequently, an urgent need arises to know what kind of meanings these representations produce and what kind of pedagogic relationships are shaped between students and them. Taking a concrete learning object as an example, we deploy a sample of multimodal discourse analysis in order to elucidate these issues. Finally, we conclude with a few thoughts about the possibility of elaborating such a framework in relation to the effective design and the implementation of learning objects.



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