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Re: Survey of e-Learning staff

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Joe Wilson <[log in to unmask]>

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Steve

Will resource be available to FE staff ?


Joe Wilson
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*Apologies for cross posting

Survey of staff involved in developing e-Learning materials in Higher
Education:

The Universities of Sheffield and Dundee are collaborating on a project to
develop an educational resource that will be made available to anyone in
Higher Education who produces multimedia e-Learning materials for learning
and teaching (including web based learning materials) with the aim of
helping them make their materials accessible to disabled students.

The project, named 'Skills for Access', is very keen to obtain the views of
potential users at these, the early stages of the project.  The project
team has devised an online survey consisting of a number of short questions
with multiple choice answers. The results of the survey will inform the
design of the end product which will hopefully be of value to all those who
are involved in the design and development of e-Learning materials.

May I also request that you ask as many of your staff as possible who are
involved in designing for, or producing e-Learning materials to complete
the survey, as we want to reach the widest audience as possible. Once
compiled the results of the survey will be made available on the project
website http://www.shef.ac.uk/sfa which is currently being developed.

If you would like to take part in the survey please visit the
following URL http://pico.dyn.computing.dundee.ac.uk/playerbranch/
(To access the survey you will need to enter the following code N8G6K ).

As an incentive we will be selecting one member of staff on May 30th to
receive a 50 book token.

We in the project team will be very grateful for your help in shaping this
important project.

With thanks,
Sarah Stone - Project Coordinator


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