Writing Course Materials for Online Delivery Sarah Horrigan, eLearning Developer Barry Gregory, eLearning Developer Educational Development Unit Teachingâ€™s still teachingâ€¦ right? Source: amarola, http://www.flickr.com/photos/amarola/268642793/ Whatâ€™s the difference?
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Sarah Horrigan, eLearning Developer
Barry Gregory, eLearning Developer
Educational Development Unit
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‘The promise of reform which the Green Paper heralds holds much for the public and Service alike; local policing, customized to local need with authentic answerability, strengthened accountabilities at force level through reforms to Police Authorities and HMIC, performance management at the service of localities with targets and plans tailored to local needs, the end of centrally engineered one size fits all initiatives, an intelligent approach to cutting red tape through redesign of processes and cultures, a renewed emphasis on strategic development so as to better equip our Service to meet the amorphous challenges of managing cross force harms, risks and opportunities.’
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High-quality learning environments are a necessary precondition for facilitation and enhancement of the ongoing learning process.
Children need good schools if they are to learn properly.
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Please read the notes opposite before you fill in the form. Then send it back to us as soon as possible in the envelope provided.
Your enquiry about the use of the entrance area at the library for the purpose of displaying posters and leaflets about Welfare and Supplementary Benefit rights, gives rise to the question of the provenance and authoritativeness of the material to be displayed. Posters and leaflets issued by the Central Office of Information, the Department of Health and Social Security and other authoritative bodies are usually displayed in libraries, but items of a disputatious or polemic kind, whilst not necessarily excluded, are considered individually.
Thank you for your letter asking for permission to put up posters in the library. Before we can give you an answer we will need to see a copy of the posters to make sure they won't offend anyone.
Collaborative writing exercise
Re-write the passage of text you have been e-mailed into a conversational writing style, in small groups
One member of the group logs into http://etherpad.com and creates a new pad.
Copy and paste in the text for editing. Invite colleagues to edit that text as well.
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