Proposed projects for 2009

Posted on February 20th, 2009 in Planning & Plotting,Polytechnic by Kirsty

This year it is exciting to think I have time for a more proactive, strategic approach to learning materials and elearning implementation. After having my head intensely in the space of initial set up of the Resource Development team, I’ve sat and asked myself, so what will I do? Prompted in part by my new colleague Roger Stack, and a recent post from Leigh Blackall amongst others, as well as a strong desire to make 2009 truly amazing.

Here’s what I’ve targeted:

  1. Case study on rapid development processes and tools (Print and elearning)
  2. Developing Elearning Central to become the definitive home of elearning information for the Polytechnic
  3. Establising Elluminate as a key tool used across the Polytechnic
  4. Collaborate on ePortfolio solutions for the Polytechnic
  5. Research into best practice for print resources
  6. Become a regular blogger (again) about my field and experiences
  7. Establish the Resource Development Team
  8. Develop an organisational approach to quality assurance for learning resources
2009 Projects and Focus Areas

2009 Focus Areas

These projects tap into various aspects of my role being:

  • Leadership – of my team, in my team and in my field
  • Connection – by role modelling shared and open knowledge practice and seeking mutual benefit
  • Innovation – pushing the boundaries and maintaining the passion, keeping an eye on the horizon
  • Embedding – making real the Polytechnic learning model through the tools and techniques at our disposal for the mainstream

2 Responses to 'Proposed projects for 2009'

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  1. Roger Stack said,

    on February 23rd, 2009 at 8:07 AM

    Wow that’s clear – I’d better write a post now :-) I’ve decided to use Google sites for an ongoing progress report and I’ve made it public – not sure if I’ll keep it public… see how it goes…

  2. Roger Stack said,

    on March 11th, 2009 at 9:40 AM

    For remixing content to a PDF I just saw

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