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Author Clarke, John.

Title Resource-Based Learning for Higher and Continuing Education
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (212 pages)
Series Routledge Library Editions: Higher Education Ser. ; v. 3
Routledge Library Editions: Higher Education Ser
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. A Rationale for Resource-based Learning; The Present Position; The Use of Teaching Resources in Higher Education; The Resistance to Resource-based Learning; The Use of Television as an Educational Resource; The Evolution of Educational Technology; What Are the Benefits to be Gained from Resource-based Learning?; 2. The Provision of Resources; The General Implications for an Institution; The Implications for the Academic Staff; Knowledge of Teaching/Learning Techniques and Methodology
6. The Management of Production and Retrieval ServicesProduction Control-Editorial; Production Control-Technical; The Problem of Copyright; The Provision of Accommodation for Production Services and Resource Storage and Retrieval; The Reprographics Production Unit; The Print Unit; The Photographic Area; The Television Suite; The Library Resource Centre; Accommodation for Lecturing Staff; Equipment Stations; The Maintenance Service; Handbook of Services; 7. Staffing and Finance; A Staffing Structure; Contracts and Job Specifications; Financial Provision; Types of Costs
Awareness of the Attributes of Good Teaching/Learning MaterialsAbilities Required to Develop Curricula; Access to Facilities; The Need for Consultants; Qualifications for Consultants; 3. Resource-based Learning: In-house Procedures for the Preparation of Learning Materials; The Background; The Feasibility Study; The Academic Consultancy Service; The Authors Rights; The Production of a Trial Package; The Potential for Television; 4. The Production Services; The Question of Centralisation; Criteria for the Selection of Equipment; Reprographics; Printing; Image-forming Processes
Capital (Non-recurrent) ExpenditureRevenue (Recurrent) Expenditure; Distribution of Costs; Job Estimates; The Presentation of a Proposal for a Resource-based Learning Project; 8. Micro-electronics-the Potential for Future Resource-based Learning; Computers in Education; Teletext and Viewdata; 9. Conclusion -- Considerations for Innovators Developing Resource-based Learning; The Background to a Project; Aspects Concerning the Academic Staff; Aspects Concerning Decisions Related to Academic Elements of Courses; Aspects Related to Production Processes; General
Copying ProcessesMaster-making; Duplicating and Printing; Finishing; Graphics; Photography; Audio Recording; Motion Picture Making; Monochrome or Colour?; Single or Multi-camera Unit?; Which Format; The Need for a Television Studio; Lighting; Tele-cine; 5. The Retrieval and Presentation Processes; Characteristics of the Retrieval Processes; Reliability; Ready Availability; Speedy Servicing; High-quality Presentation; Carrel Design; Resource Centre Management; Continuing Education by Distance Learning; Facilities for Small and Large Group Activities; Fixed Equipment; Mobile Equipment
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Subject Continuing education -- Audio-visual aids.
Education, Higher -- Audio-visual aids.
Educational technology.
Academic Staff.
Continuing Education.
Continuing education -- Audio-visual aids.
Education, Higher -- Audio-visual aids.
Educational Resources.
Educational technology.
Higher Education.
Learning Materials.
Learning Techniques.
Motion Picture Making.
Multi-camera Units.
Resource-Based Learning.
Teaching Resources.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429819560