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Intention of website - What is the thinking behind the website? For e.g. is it a database or an interactive tool? At what point would the website be used as a tool of intervention?  Would a follow up intervention be necessary or indeed a

 

An independent site - Is this a tool that the client can pick up & run with? Would the client need to link on to other websites in order to reach objective. There is a need for the practitioner to be conversant with the site & relevant internet links
Resources/services offered - This links in with first point. It is looking at information provided against the information required by the user. The practitioner needs to have a knowledge of what’s available here & maybe elsewhere. A younger client for e.g. may be very conversant with some of these tools due to having had prior access in school or college compared to another.
Looking at how easy it is to navigate the site & find information needed. Is it time-efficient? One also needs to be aware how comfortable user with is using the internet or even IT

 

 



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ARIADNE
Ariadne: out of the e-labyrinth
Today’s group: who we are
Ariadne: out of the e-labryinth
Objectives
Intended learning outcomes are
We define how to work with ICT
IAEVG Competency framework
The web and your practice
Substitution (or value added)?
Value added (or substitution)?
Recommendations Gothenburg, 2001 I
Recommendations Gothenburg, 2001 II
Ariadne guidelines
Web-based tools & Underlying Theory
Matching Approaches
Sociological Approaches
Social Learning Theories
New Theories
Design considerations I
Design considerations II
Ethical implications
Evaluate 3 websites
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