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The Wrap!

A semi-automatic learning object builder

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The Wrap! is my attempt to make interactive learning object authoring accessible to teachers and educators without the need to be a programmer or a web designer.

The Wrap! uses a simple text file to populate the learning object with media, text and interactions.

The Wrap! is not intended as an assessment tool, but it will provide feedback and self-assessment to those for whom the content is intended.

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Intended Audience

Education

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript

Registered

2012-06-01

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