Learning Assets

Any resources specifically chosen or designed to aid instruction and help learners achieve desired learning outcomes, including both traditional and digital formats, are considered learning assets.

Learning assets are an essential part of any effective learning environment. By carefully choosing or designing learning assets that are aligned with learning objectives and learner needs, IDs can help learners achieve their full potential.

Here are some examples of learning assets:

  • Traditional formats:
    • Textbooks
    • Workbooks
    • Handouts
    • Posters
    • Physical manipulatives (e.g., math counters, science kits)
  • Digital formats:
    • Online courses
    • Interactive simulations
    • Videos
    • eBooks
    • Games
    • Learning apps
    • Video tutorials
    • Web-based quizzes and assessments
    • Educational apps and software
    • Podcasts and audio resources
    • Online discussion forums and communities