Talk:Training Educators to Design and Develop ODL Materials/Developing a Student Guide/Archive

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Hello, primo, please have a look at the consistency of fomatting of your page. Since headers are already bold and bigger size fonts, I suggest you refrain from using capital letters for the headers. That was a comment on the form.

Secundo, concerning the citations made in the page, it could to have a references section where a full reference in approriate format is given to the original text/website you are referring to. This helps readers and learners to get to the original source of the information.

--Mohammad 04:12, 21 March 2007 (CET)

Hi Group 7,

I am impressed by the details that you have put in this module. They make your work quite informative. But I would be happy if the estimated time which a learner should spend doing this module could also be mentioned as one of the areas covered by the academic guide. This kind of guide may also need to inform the learner on the dates when to expect assessment.

--Shokahle 04:36, 21 March 2007 (CET)

Interesting information here! I like the idea of “identifying the types of learner support materials that have been produced previously”. But how about novices? I am sure you must have thought about it.

--Nadhiya 05:07, 21 March 2007 (CET)

Hello there, Well organised … very easy to read! Your have used user-friendly and conversational language which makes it very easy to read. You have used the guidelines that you have suggested very well!

Just a few pointers:

Since part of the content involves creating content for ODL instruction, would you want to place that as a learning objective?

Very good links under types of student guides about advantages of electronic and print formats.

You have indicated that we should use the 6/7 rule, but you have not explained what 6/7 is.

Under toolkit checklist, please revisit the comment “Note that each stage is a pre-requisite for the stage that follow.” Note that finalizing and distributing is not a prerequisite to anything else so revisit that expression.

Despite my pointer, I think that your work is very impressive! --Pbenn 04:59, 21 March 2007 (CET)

Thank you for the encouraging comments and the pointers for improvement. We will work on refining the page to include these suggestions. --Ksthill 04:13, 22 March 2007 (CET)

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