What are the main considerations when identifying content?
From Scarlet Wiki
- Learning outcomes and objectives
- How does the AR-version of the course fit with the already-established learning outcomes?
- This is particularly important, given that projects like SCARLET insisted that it would be content-driven, not technology-driven; therefore, the content needs to work in conjunction with the overall rationale for the original course’s development.
- How many items are there belonging to the collection?
- How can the number be limited or expanded, while still retaining the integrity of the original idea of the course, based on the material object(s)?
- Are the records/objects digitised already?
- What is the availability of the objects?
- Special Collections, e.g., specialised handling and conditions?
- Completely digital and freely available?
- Completely digital with conditional use?
- What are other areas available for research?
- Are there additional, related projects?
- Are there links to different digital images?
- Are digital readings available, with links?
- Can links to library-stored reading lists available (from related courses)?
- Are there connections and links to the general university curriculum?
- How does the AR-version of the course connect to wider discussions of the material objects(s)?
- How does the AR-version of the course connect to wider discussions of the technologies in place?
- What are the larger aspirations/goals of the project?
- Are these aspirations/goals an extension of the learning outcomes, or do they go beyond them?