Talk:Commonwealth Computer Navigator's Certificate/Milestone 3/Curriculum mapping/Module 5 mapping/Archive

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Andrew, thanks for all this mapping work you have done. It is really helpful to have another set of eyes looking at the ECDL / ICDL material. I agree with all of your notes, if you take a look at my Module 5 description you will see that I intend on spending some time explaining database concepts in detail...

hi Peter, Thanks also for your additions! And yup it's definitely helpful to have a few people working on these modules. That's great about the database concepts, it seems like it would be a big help to go over that a bit before going through the functionality. --Andrew 00:17, 22 April 2007 (CEST)
Hello Andrew, Yes, it is helpful to have a number of people working on these modules. I have taught database courses for years and it is always important to get a solid understanding of the concepts, in particular, relational theory and normalization... -- Peter Rawsthorne 15:59, 22 April 2007 (CEST)

What are your intentions for adding material to Module 5? Maybe we should coordinate ourselves so we don't find ourselves duplicating any roles or effort. Upon review of the roles I see myself filling the Instructional designer; Subject matter expert and Multimedia Design/Development roles for this Module. -- Peter Rawsthorne 15:59, 22 April 2007 (CEST)

I was modelling my contributions after Sue Dark's on Module 2. I didn't realize the page would see other contributions so I didn't really have a role in mind for myself. Wayne suggested I could help by comparing the ICDL curriculum with the open ICDL materials.--Andrew 22:11, 23 April 2007 (CEST)

You haven't filled out your user profile page, it would be nice to get a sense of who you are. Do you intent on creating a profile page? -- Peter Rawsthorne 15:59, 22 April 2007 (CEST)

Oh yup, I did forget about that! Will get to it soon :o) But in case it wasn't clear, i'm Andrew Lachkovics and we talked at the tectonic shift think tank.--Andrew 22:11, 23 April 2007 (CEST)
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