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Monday, July 2

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Tuesday, February 8

  1. page Northern Metropolitan Region edited ... a regional project to allow up to eight tutors each year to explore their own ideas with techn…
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    a regional project to allow up to eight tutors each year to explore their own ideas with technologies in learning (1998-2000). This was like a smaller version of the (approaching) national 'Flexible Learning Leaders' project; each tutor received a laptop for the year and a budget of $1000;
    involvement in two of the Flexible Learning Networks (NMIT and RMIT/ Learnlinks);
    Recent developments (2008-9)(2008-10)
    Following on
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    as LearnScope, will this year behas been used since then to support
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    the region).
    2008:
    Writer and
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    Paddy O'Reilly took upworked to build foundations for mentoring across the position.Northern region.
    2009:
    The e-mentor
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    ACFE regions.
    2010: Michael Chalk and Jill Koppel worked with organisations in the North-West, including Diamond Valley LLC, Carlton NLC, and Thornbury Women's NH. Details over on the e-mentor site.

    AccessACE, 2009
    Several organisations were involved in the AccessACE e-Learning Research Circles in 2009:
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Wednesday, September 29

  1. page Northern Metropolitan Region edited Northern Metropolitan Region ACFE-NMR (Note: this page needs updating to include the Western M…

    Northern Metropolitan Region
    ACFE-NMR(Note: this page needs updating to include the Western Metro areas of Melbourne.)
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    an early attempt to bring ACE staff into an online communication environment / tool ("First Class", 1998);
    a regional project to allow up to eight tutors each year to explore their own ideas with technologies in learning (1998-2000). This was like a smaller version of the (approaching) national 'Flexible Learning Leaders' project; each tutor received a laptop for the year and a budget of $1000;
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    With such rapid change occurring in technology use, it is difficult to devise coherent strategies at the organisational level, letalone regional.
    Local libraries have developed their technological infrastructure and in-house e-learning programs, incorporating programs such as YourTutor and 23Things, but ACE providers have been slow to partner with them.
    photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks: woowoowoo.
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Sunday, May 30

Thursday, May 20

  1. page Northern Metropolitan Region edited ... Recent developments (2008-9) Following on from the Access ACE projects in 2007, the funding t…
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    Recent developments (2008-9)
    Following on from the Access ACE projects in 2007, the funding that has previously been tendered out as LearnScope, will this year be used to support regional e-mentor positions (support workers for e-learning across the region). Writer and e-learning specialist Paddy O'Reilly took up the position. The e-mentor project has continued into 2009, with Wayne Burrell of Werribee community centre and Michael Gwyther from YUM productions taking the double role for the newly expanded North + Western ACFE regions.
    AccessACE, 2009
    Several organisations were involved in the AccessACE e-Learning Research Circles in 2009:
    Farnham Street Neighbourhood Learning Centre - Manrico and Chiemi investigated the ins and outs of evaluating social networking tools.
    Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House - Ursula Harrison explored options for developing their organisational strategy for e-learning.
    Duke St community house - Dale Pobega set up his worldwide Free ESL Club (using blogger and a range of other social networking technologies).
    Werribee community centre - Wayne Burrell also explored options for developing an organisational strategy.
    e-learning innovations projects, 2009 (Australian Flexible Learning Framework)
    PRACE worked with Moreland Adult education and Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre (CNLC) to develop a series of video screencasts for ACE learners - in a project known as "flexivet" .
    Werribee community centre explored the use of a moodle environment to enable social learning.

    Technologies in the classroom
    Several providers have delivered programs such as "Reading, Writing and Computers", "Literacy and Multimedia", "Newsletter Group", "English (ESL) and Computers", where technology is integrated within language and literacy learning. (Olympic, PRACE, Glenroy..)
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    Three ACE flexible learning leaders have come from the Northern Region: Moya White and Michael Gwyther (2004), and Michael Chalk (2003). (Although technically Michael G was working for YUM rather than Yarra, and Yarra was not part of the Northern Region until 2006.)
    Flexible Learning
    David Cauchi has worked hard
    Employment Focus has done considerable work to provide CD-based flexible learning toward certificates in information technology. Steven Fiyalko has been a driving force there.
    Online Resources
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Monday, August 17

  1. page Northern Metropolitan Region edited ... a regional project to allow up to eight tutors each year to explore their own ideas with techn…
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    a regional project to allow up to eight tutors each year to explore their own ideas with technologies in learning (1998-2000). This was like a smaller version of the (approaching) national 'Flexible Learning Leaders' project; each tutor received a laptop for the year and a budget of $1000;
    involvement in two of the Flexible Learning Networks (NMIT and RMIT/ Learnlinks);
    Recent developments (2008)(2008-9)
    Following on
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    the position. The e-mentor project has continued into 2009, with Wayne Burrell of Werribee community centre and Michael Gwyther from YUM productions taking the double role for the newly expanded North + Western ACFE regions.
    Technologies in the classroom
    Several providers have delivered programs such as "Reading, Writing and Computers", "Literacy and Multimedia", "Newsletter Group", "English (ESL) and Computers", where technology is integrated within language and literacy learning. (Olympic, PRACE, Glenroy..)
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Sunday, July 19

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