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3 - average - provides examples of online learning and distance learning, mentions correspondence - discusses some features and references some readings
Improve the presentation of existing and future practical lesson movies.
Present all course material on iPods for flexible delivery.
Further enhance the course material for the kinaesthetic and visual learning styles of cookery students.
Have the hundreds of gigabits of information stored and backed-up within the polytechnics computer network.
Goals and Outcomes:
To create a full collection of movie clips and photos that covers all the practical dishes produced on the level 3 and 4 cookery programmes.
Film the movies with two cameras then edit the movies on an Apple computer using Final Cut Express to improve the professional appearance of these movies.
Upload the movies and photos to iPod for all cookery students to access whenever they want, without the need for broadband
Too improve storage on movie file to a “backed up system” covered by the Polytechnics IT department away from an external hard drive.
Supported by student surveys and lecturer feedback, documented back to our programme managers.
2. Develop more flexible pathways and learning opportunities for learners, including learning in the workplace.
Development is on going and available in the workplace and is being followed through by our more senior lecturers.
Priority 7. Develop facilities and systems which support flexible teaching, learning and work practices and which enable excellence in the services we provide.
Again going by the awards we are currently running for as well as feedback from other departments and from industry we are on the right track.
Sounds like blowing our own trumpet, but why not, the work we have completed so far tells us we should carry on with a combination of flexible learning combined with our current face to face teaching, when fully developed we will have a huge resource for the learner as well as ourselves to draw from.3 - average - provides examples of online learning and distance learning, mentions correspondence - discusses some features and references some readings
Equitable Use: maximize the usefulness of design for everyone, identical whenever possible and equivalent when not, so that it avoids segregating or stigmatizing any users.
Flexibility in Use, values design that accommodates a wide range of individual preferences and abilities. It should provide choice in methods of use, adaptability to the user’s pace, and facilitate the user’s accuracy and precision.
Simple and Intuitive Use, seeks to create ease of understanding for users, regardless of their experience, knowledge and language.
Perceptible Information, seeks to ensure that design allows information to be communicated effectively to the user, regardless of ambient conditions or the user’s sensory abilities.
Tolerance for Error, seeks to minimize hazards and the negative consequences of accidental or unintended actions.
Low Physical Effort, seeks to ensure that interaction with the environment can occur efficiently and comfortably and with minimal fatigue.
Size and Space for Approach and Use, seeks to maximize approach, reach and manipulation capabilities of users irrespective of their size, posture and mobility.