Project Archive: eCDF 510 (2005-2006)
Tools for Delivering Scenario-Based E-learning both Locally and Across the Internet
 About the Project
  Aims
  History
  Contacts & Collaborators
  Project Publications
 About the Tools
  PBL-Interactive
  CHALLENGE FRAP
  Support and Updates
 
 Techniques
Storyboarding and Delivering PBLi scenarios
 
 Miscellaneous
 What's New!! (02/4/2009)
 

 

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PBL-Interactive programmer: Paul Holmes

Paul is a Software Engineer at the Centre for Biological Information Technology (CBIT), University of Queensland, a position he has held since the beginning of 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Information Technology from the University of Queensland.


Instructional Designer: Beth Cavallari

Beth is the Head of Educational Resources, a part of the Teaching and Educational Development Institute at The University of Queensland. Beth's background is in education and instructional design and she is interested in developing methodologies to ensure sound educational principles are in place when developing scenarios for PBLi.


Collaborator: Professor Geoff Norton

Geoff is the Director of CBIT. The Centre develops, distributes and supports a range of software tools and products, including PBL-Interactive (PBL-i), focussing on biological and educational clients. Geoff has had a long interest in problem-based learning and was an active collaborator in developing Diagnosis for Crop Problems.



 

Latest Developments

Click the following for final reports on..

- PBL-interactive
- Challenge FRAP

Delivery of Outputs
- Institutional Visits
- Web Download

- Support/Updates

- View PBLi Scenarios

(Updated 2nd April 2009)


 

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