Talk:Training Educators to Design and Develop ODL Materials/Content Development Methodology for ODL/Archive
Your presentation is quite easy to navigate; It is obvious you made the effort to vary the presentation. For example, you used notes, power point features, a variety of templates. The PPTs were short and to the point. There was evidence of continuity / links between the different subheadings.
Slide 10 of PPT Intteractivity and, assessment and Feedback could be reviewed to improve on the colour scheme.
The reflection need more creativity; for example most just aske the learner to reemeber, however, the activity after TIP in 3.4 really provides opportunity for the students to reflect
There are some extra bullets in Accessibility which shows too many * before the concept.
Generally a good job, with a few minor faults.
In reviewing the work of this team one is forced to admit (reluctantly so) that the work done here is quite admirable. Well done! --Adesuwa 07:32, 16 March 2007 (CET)[Maria, Siatu, Roza, Charles]
In reviewing this work I also considered it quite a master piece. It would seem that this group is quite familiar with ODl. I know that I have gathered a lot from looking at your presentation. .....Thank you.....
I also note that some of the information presented are quite applicable to the section on assessment.--Johnclyde 07:45, 16 March 2007 (CET)
This work is very user friendly even for an amateur like me. I however felt that some of the points of reflections could be more challenging, to stimulate the mind, more so towards the end. But all in all, excellent work!--Lephoto 07:59, 16 March 2007 (CET)
Thanks for the very positive comments. It would certainly help us to refine our page. --Jerrybeukes 08:40, 16 March 2007 (CET)
This section of your part is repeated as the wiki has also automatically generated the table of contents. I also found your work neat and easy to navigate.
--Nadhiya 08:50, 16 March 2007 (CET)
Simple and Clean ....
I like it! but now it needs more resources (presentations, graphics etc...) Keep it up!
--Phsi 09:13, 16 March 2007 (CET)
Am very impressed with the reviews made on your module.The sequencing is great and it`s very learner friendly.Am confident that your participants will approach this module with a high level of confidence because it uses language that is clear, appropriate and appealing in itself.congrats..i think you have gotten it right--Stephenjoseph 09:29, 23 March 2007 (CET)