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Forgetting the Tsunami: Preventing this via online education. Presented by Dr. Jon Baggaley Richard Giroday. The Tsunami Project. One focus Four complimentary topics Four unique team approaches Four unique educational resources. Development Overview.

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Forgetting the tsunami preventing this via online education

Forgetting the Tsunami:Preventing this via online education

Presented by

Dr. Jon Baggaley

Richard Giroday


The tsunami project
The Tsunami Project

  • One focus

  • Four complimentary topics

  • Four unique team approaches

  • Four unique educational resources


Development overview
Development Overview

http://giroday.thewebworks.bc.ca/MDDE/MDDE615/tsunamiprojectbrainstorm.htm


The mdde615 challenge
The MDDE615 Challenge

  • Teams of three

    • Strengths and Weaknesses

  • Specified Topic

  • Communication challenges

  • Short Time Frame

    • Jan. 17th – groups identified

    • Feb. 7th – proposal due

    • Feb. 21st – Prototype due

    • Mar. 4th – Evaluation


Group c tsunami health development overview
Group C – Tsunami, Health:Development Overview

http://giroday.thewebworks.bc.ca/MDDE/MDDE615/healthbrainstorm.htm


Critical challenge
Critical Challenge

  • Narrowing the focus

    • Niche

    • Target Audience

  • Educational Value

  • Meet expectation criteria


Criteria
Criteria

  • Educational – in a formal sense, or of public interest in a broad informative sense.

  • Original

  • Technically competent – clean html code, value added features


Four valued resources
Four valued resources

  • Educational Issues

  • Scientific Aspects

  • Health Issues

  • International Aid


Educational issues group a darren cannell lynette carmichael suzanne mccullagh
Educational Issues – Group ADarren Cannell, Lynette Carmichael, Suzanne McCullagh

  • Goal – to aid distance educators, in their Tsunami teachings.

  • Three key categories:

    • educational tools – lesson plans, teaching aids, etc

    • overview of current educational reconstruction efforts

    • Searchable databank of online Tsunami-related resources.


Scientific aspects group b lori johnston celynn klemenchuk ferdinand krauss
Scientific Aspects – Group BLori Johnston, Celynn Klemenchuk, Ferdinand Krauss

  • Scientific Explanation

    • Plate Tectonics

    • Wave Physics

  • Human History

  • Biosphere Impact

  • Prediction Systems

  • Visual Site Map


Health issues group c richard giroday anita dumont margaret werdermann
Health Issues – Group CRichard Giroday, Anita Dumont, Margaret Werdermann

  • Two target audiences

    • Survivors, Travellers

  • Tsunami Health Issues

    • Compendium of disease characteristics

  • Traveling to the affected regions

    • Warnings,Preparation, Survival

  • Media/Search Engine Research

  • Accessibility Issues

    • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines


International aid group d prisca campbell maisaa tubail joanna wiebe
International Aid – Group DPrisca Campbell, Maisaa Tubail, Joanna Wiebe

  • Better Aid

  • Find compatible disaster recovery organizations and form alliances to stretch resources or to address community needs that your organization cannot.

  • Faith based

  • United Nations Organizations

  • Red Cross

  • Non-sectarian groups


Human factors in educational technology
Human Factorsin Educational Technology


The tsunami project research and development issues in international online delivery
The Tsunami Project: Research and Development Issues in International Online Delivery

  • Technical consolidation and amalgamation of the four web sites onto one server.

  • Maintain the uniqueness, integrity, and look/feel of each of the four sites.

  • Evaluation/comparison of accessibility of different online techniques in urban and remote parts of Asia

  • Search Engines as measurement tools for research.


  • php International Online Delivery, cgi/perl, blogs, security issues, etc).


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