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Home > ItrainOnline newsletter > November 2003

ITO-Announce November 2003

The following resources were added to ItrainOnline during November:

  1. For trainers - general
  2. For trainers - workshop kits
  3. Computer basics
  4. Open source
  5. Web development
  6. Ressources en français

1. FOR TRAINERS - GENERAL

A MANUAL FOR MEDIA TRAINERS: A LEARNER CENTRED APPROACH
This UNESCO manual covers topics ranging from the basics of "what is training?" to conducting training needs analyses and motivating adult learners.
http://www.unesco.org/webworld/publications/media_trainers/manual.pdf

BIG DOG'S ISD PAGE
This resource looks at the phases of the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of training programmes and instructional materials. (Donald Clark)
http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat.html

CURRICULUM EVALUATION FOR CTCS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
Short article including an annotated list of sites offering inexpensive or free training materials and curricula. (TechSoup)
http://techsoup.org/howto/articlepage.cfm?ArticleId=525

TRAIN THE TRAINER FOR TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
A web-based course to help technical support providers build the skills they need to deliver effective technical training to adult audiences. (Cornell University)
http://www.cit.cornell.edu/training/materials/facstaff/ttt4tsp/ttt4tsp.html

2. FOR TRAINERS - WORKSHOP KITS

MMTK INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES AND MS ACCESS
Everything you need to run an introductory workshop on databases and MS Access. (ItrainOnline Multimedia Training Kit)
http://www.itrainonline.org/itrainonline/mmtk/databases.shtml

ICT TROUBLESHOOTING FOR LIBRARIANS AND INFORMATION PERSONNEL
Materials for running a workshop on topics such as basic troubleshooting, common hardware and software problems, peripheral-related problems and management and maintenance. (INASP)
http://www.inasp.info/training/ict-troubleshooting/

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT)
TRAINING OF TRAINERS: COMPUTER AND INTERNET USE FOR DEVELOPMENT
Facilitator's guide and reference manual to help trainers teach others to conduct effective computer technology and internet training. (Peace Corps)
http://www.peacecorps.gov/library/pdf/T0122_icttotfg.pdf

ICT FOR LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS: A TRAINING PACKAGE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. MODULE 5: THE INTERNET AS AN INFORMATION RESOURCE
Aimed at library and information professionals who intend to become trainers in the area. (UNESCO)
http://www.unesco.org/webworld/publications/ictlip5/index.htm

CTC APPRENTICESHIP TOOLKIT TRAINER'S MANUAL
The Toolkit is designed for Community Technology Centres interested in teaching their students the desktop support and basic systems administration skills required for managing a lab. (CompuMentor)
http://www.techsoup.org/products/downloads/apprentice_tm_091802.pdf

3. COMPUTER BASICS

JAMANI'S GUIDE TO COMPUTERS
Guides covering Basic Knowledge and Skills, Internet and E-mail, MS Word Basics, and MS Excel Basics. (Jamani)
http://www.jamani.nl/site/Record.html?id=80

4. OPEN SOURCE

IDA OPEN SOURCE MIGRATION GUIDELINES
The IDA Open Source Migration Guidelines provide practical and detailed recommendations on how to migrate to Open Source Software (OSS)-based office applications, calendars, e-mail and other standard applications. (IDA)
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/export/files/en/1618.pdf

OPENOFFICE.ORG INTRODUCTORY TRAINING PRESENTATIONS
Three Flash presentations introducing OpenOffice.org Writer, Impress and Calc. (OpenOffice.org.za)
http://www.openoffice.org.za/train.php

MS WORD 2000 AND OPENOFFICE.ORG 1.03
Table comparing MS Word and OpenOffice.org Writer features and commands; useful as a quick reference for users who have just moved over to Writer. (Bruce Byfield)
http://www.raycomm.com/techwhirl/pdfs/ooo-msword-table.pdf

OPENOFFICE.ORG FORUM
Discussion boards including setup and troubleshooting, Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw and Math.
http://www.oooforum.org/

OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR WINDOWS
Overview of places to start looking for Open Source software for Windows. (TechSoup http://techsoup.org/howto/articlepage.cfm?ArticleId=523

WINDOWS/LINUX APPLICATIONS TABLE
Comparison chart of Linux/Windows applications.
http://www.in.redhat.com/AppComparisonList.php3

SEUL/EDU
SEUL/edu is dedicated to furthering the use of Linux and other open resources in education.
http://www.seul.org/edu/

SCHOOLFORGE
Schoolforge brings together organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for primary and secondary education.
http://schoolforge.net/

5. WEB DEVELOPMENT

THE VISUAL LEARNER'S GUIDE TO MANAGING WEB PROJECTS
How to plan and develop a site, train staff, and implement maintenance procedures so that the site is effective and stays that way. (Cornell University)
http://www.cit.cornell.edu/training/materials/
facstaff/manwebprj/managingwebprojects.pdf

EDITING IMAGES WITH ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
This online course familiarizes the learner with the Photoshop toolbar, and shows them how to use the most commonly-needed tools, correct and alter scanned images, and find answers to common questions. (Cornell University)
http://www.cit.cornell.edu/atc/materials/FLEX/photoshop/ps.shtml

6. RESSOURCES EN FRANÇAIS

POURQUOI ÉDITER UNE REVUE ÉLECTRONIQUE ET COMMENT S'Y PRENDRE ?
Publier une revue par voie électronique est une idée fort séduisante. Ce nouveau modèle d'édition présente certes de nombreux avantages, mais il n'est pas sans inconvénient. Cet essai présente succinctement la liste complète des questions que vous devez vous poser et vous indique où trouver des informations détaillées sur chacun des aspects traités. (INASP)
http://www.inasp.info/psi/ejp/morrisfr.html

VÉRIFIEZ L'ACCESSIBILITÉ DE VOS PAGES WEB
Grâce à son outil en ligne, l'association BrailleNet vous permet de vérifier si vos pages Web sont accessibles conformément à la méthode AccessiWeb. (BrailleNet)
http://inova.snv.jussieu.fr/accessiweb/form/

COMMUNICATION PAR INTERNET : LES OUTILS DE CLAVARDAGE
Introduction à divers outils de clavardage, mieux connu sous le nom de "chat" dont ICQ, MSN messenger et IRC. (alaideweb.com)
http://www.alaideweb.com/commun/internetb.htm

INTÉGRATION DES NOUVELLES TECHNOLOGIES EN ENSEIGNEMENT
Ce cours se présente sous forme de bande dessinée interactive. (NTIC.org)
http://ntic.org/formation/ntic/francais/accueil.html

 

 
 
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