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The Guideline


Besides being available on line in English the guideline is also available as downloadable PDF-files in the following languages:

 

 

            

 

 

Table of Contents:

 

FOREWORD

ABSTRACT

I. USERS

1. Advantages of the new medium

2. Disadvantages of the new medium

3. User profile

4. Reviewing and handling information

5. The cognitive skills of the user

6. Checklist

II. DELIVERY

1. Web-based guidance services

2. Reasons for web-based guidance

3. Types of web-delivered guidance services

4. Methods for delivering effective web-guidance services

5. Necessary skills for web-guidance practitioners

6. Impact on the guidance practice

7. Monitoring and evaluation

8. Checklist

III. DESIGN /DEVELOPING

1. The importance of web design in guidance

2. Human-Computer Interaction in web design

3. The human system

4. Usability

5. Individual learning styles

6. Useful web design

7. Web design and ethics

8. Checklist

IV. THEORY

1. The distance challenge

2. Relevance of theory

3. Theories & web-based tools

4. Impact on the role of the guidance practitioner

5. Checklist

V. ETHICS

1. Looking forward, not back: ethics and new practice

2. Ethical principles

3. The principles in practice

4. Ethics and web-based practice

References

Annex 1

Annex 2



Last update:  16:49 18/06 2004

Foreword
Abstract
I. Users
II. Delivery
III. Design / Developing
IV. Theory
V. Ethics
References
Annex 1
Annex 2
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GRUNTVIG - European Cooperation Projects in Adult Education
This project has been carried out with the support of the European Union in the framework of the Socrates program
The content of this project does not necessarily reflect the position of the European Union, nor does it involve any responsibility on the part of the European Union