The Digital Milton Resource Project

For the final literary lab, you are going to curate a collection of learning objects that would facilitate a better understanding of the text, theme, content, or context of Paradise Lost. Below are the core requirements for “learning objects.”

  • Learning objects are a new way of thinking about learning content. Traditionally, content comes in a several hour chunk. Learning objects are much smaller units of learning, typically ranging from 2 minutes to 15 minutes.
  • Are self-contained – each learning object can be taken independently
  • Are reusable – a single learning object may be used in multiple contexts for multiple purposes
  • Can be aggregated – learning objects can be grouped into larger collections of content, including traditional course structures
  • Are tagged with metadata – every learning object has descriptive information allowing it to be easily found by a search

Your task is to find exactly five examples of learning objects that would support supplemental understanding of Milton and Paradise Lost. You will write a brief summary/analysis of each item (about 100-150 words for each object), defending why the object should be included in your virtual lesson; you will then write up a two-page narrative arguing how these choices together would help someone better understand the texts we have studied. If there were something you didn’t understand about the readings, for example, this is your chance to go deeper into that aspect and find an object that would better convey the context or content.

Below are two examples of Digital Resource Projects on texts other than Paradise Lost. As you can see, you are to be resources with credibility; you are not to use resources like GradeSaver, About, Wikipedia, Quizlet, SparkNotes, LitCharts, GoodReads, Shmoop, or Dictionaries/Encyclopedias like BritannicaMerriam-Webster, etc.

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