AccessACE projects at a glance

 Pedagogies that integrate information and communication technologies can engage students in ways not previously possible, enhance achievement, create learning possibilities and extend interaction with local and global communities

 MCEETYA Working Party on Pedagogy Strategy under its Learning in an Online World 2002, p 2

Organisation

Action Research question

E-learning project as a catalyst

Community College East Gippsland

 Accredited: Safe Food Handling           

What are the advantages and disadvantages of converting current SFH to delivering SFH as an online course?

 

The power of partnerships in building e-learning alliances with rural organisations and local delivery.

Coonara  House

 Accredited: Community Services

Will the use of e-learning tools encourage/assist students to become self-directed learners?

A strategic vision, management support and the power of the e-learning change agent within the organisation.

Flemington Reading and Writing

 
Pre-accredited: IT and office skills           

Will our advanced students who have many family commitments continue attending classes if we support them with online education?

ICTs as an active force in supporting lifelong learning, reinvigorating a teaching program and actively aiding retention.

MADEC



Accredited:  New CGEA        

How well will CGEA online help meet the needs/goals of Level 3 students i.e., further study and employment or social contact and self confidence?

Bigger is not necessarily better: e-learning as manageable chunks.           

On Track Learning


Accredited: Police Plus          

Will delivery via the web reduce teacher hours and be a more attractive mode of delivery than the current distance model?

E-learning as an essential tool in supporting ACE delivery

 across the tyranny of distance.