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Be distinctly different in technique and form (not just 3 examples of videoconferencing) Involve a variety of learning disciplines Involve at least one traditional trade Apply across the tertiary sector or whole-of-education sectors (at least 1 application) Be able to be implemented without undue impost of time or other resources by institutions (essential). Applications that may also be considered include: An education administration activity (e.g. RPL, e-portfolio) A staff professional development activity.
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Attachment 7.1 Project Workplan c. Guidelines in relation to the circumstances under which the trialling of an application should be ceased (or varied) The project’s commitment to a certain application will be discontinued if and when the reference group decides that an application is one or more of the following: i. not effectively demonstrating capabilities (e.g. not working, not working well enough) ii. not demonstrating anything new or is deemed a proven concept or completed project iii. leading to a budget blow-out (can’t justify continuing) iv. too demanding of goodwill, accommodation and/or people resources. 6. Communications a. How to identify and talk about the project i. The full title of the project is the “Proof of Concept Fibre-optic TAFE Network Project”. ii. In all publications, promotional material and activities relating to the project acknowledgement must be given to DEEWR’s sponsorship of the project, and the cross-jurisdictional collaborative arrangements for the project, by including the following statement: “This work has been undertaken on behalf of the Australian Government, South Australian Government, Victorian Government and Australian Capital Territory Government, with funding provided through the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.” iii. The key messages about this project are: 1. This is a proof of concept project to test the benefits of, and identify issues associated with, a cross-jurisdictional high speed, fibre-optic network for vocational education and training. 2. This project is a collaborative endeavour between the Australian Government and the state and territory governments of South Australia, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory. 3. This project is about governments working together to examine how technology can deliver improved outcomes for vocational education and training. 4. This project builds on previous Australian Government initiatives, including $88 million provided for the development of the university network known as the AREN. 5. This project furthers preliminary work done by the Australian Flexible Learning Framework, through its Access to Bandwidth Project. 6. This project works synergistically with initiatives in the states and territories in relation to high bandwidth connectivity and e-learning.
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