Talk:Training Educators to Design and Develop ODL Materials/Relevant Technologies/Archive
Very good work which is well organised and summarised. I like the way the information is presented especially the use of icons. That was my appreciation of the form and format.
I will get back to you with some more comments about the content/subject matter itself.
--Mohammad 03:56, 21 March 2007 (CET)
"This Chart depicts the manner in which the following information is presented."
its me again! Concerning that chart which depicts how you organise the information in the page, I suggest you put it as a thumb nail image, that users can click on it and open. Or consider reducing the size of the picture. This may improve the time the page takes to load. --Mohammad 04:02, 21 March 2007 (CET)
I'm not sure I see the purpose of the chart. For me it doesn't make it easier to understand the information that follows (in fact, it even confused me somewhat). I would probably delete it (sorry, I'm sure someone was working hard on creating it...). --Tlengyel 23:20, 22 March 2007 (CET)
The link to your wikipedia article on blended learning is not working. So I changed it and it points to a new link on wikipedia itself!.
Cheers --Mohammad 04:07, 21 March 2007 (CET)
Comments from Group
We would like to commend the group for the excellent work.
- the content is well covered
- document is easy to navigate
- the use of graphics makes document attractive.
Points for Improvement
- the first activity should be interactive. Where will participants complete this activity.
- use aims for the general requirements for module and objectives for units.
- use bullets to differentiate points.
- more space [use indent syntax] between heading and notes so that it is readable.
On behalf of Group 11 --Curofficer 04:25, 21 March 2007 (CET)
There is some cloudiness in interpreting the concept map. The third row could simply show the link between advantages, disadvantages and tips with one set of resources and effect instead of repeating three times --Augustmoon 04:41, 21 March 2007 (CET)
I think the Media iDevice is misused here. This instructional device should be used when media (audio, video etc.) is inserted on the page, not when the term "media" is explained. It's like using the Activity iDevice when describing what the work "activity" means. --Tlengyel 23:58, 22 March 2007 (CET)