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Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
Webinar cufdig201a
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Webinar cufdig201a

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  • 1. WEBINAR DELIVERING CUFDIG201AMAINTAIN INTERACTIVE CONTENT
  • 2. Welcome to our online learning lab!Take a minute to familiarise yourself with Blackboard learning space:
  • 3. Maintain Interactive Content Do you have your own blog or webpage?- Use the YES or NO button to answer>- Send us the URL of your blog in the chat section>
  • 4. Training community broadcasters CUFDIG201A Maintain Interactive Content Unit descriptor This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to maintain interactive content. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. Application of the unit People responsible for updating the content of websites apply the skills and knowledge described in this unit. Under direction, they upload a range of media assets and change text content, using a content management system that may be a proprietary system designed for a static or dynamic website. Changes to the interface and structure of the site are made by people in more senior positions. This unit prepares broadcasters to upload content to their station websites
  • 5. ContentExamples of Interactive Content Show profile page Show playlist Show blog/facebook/myspace Podcast/Stream on Demand Photos & Pictures
  • 6. Online content for radioSome examples of station created content: http://www.4zzzfm.org.au/program/at-the-local http://www.rtrfm.com.au/presenters/peter http://www.bayfm.org/wednesday/95-wed-06am- catch-and-grab.html http://2mcr.wordpress.com/- Lets have a look at these together…
  • 7. Session PlanThe CMTO have designed a 6 hour session to cover theskills required for broadcasters to: Evaluate a webpage Upload text, audio & video to an existing webpage Maintain content over a period of timeWhen preparing to deliver this session we need to readthrough the Trainer & Assessor Guide- Where can you access this guide?Use the hand tool to answer the question>
  • 8. Delivery GuideWhat you need:- Computer lab- Internet access- Pictures- AudioTips:- Small class size is best (no more than 8)- Pre-load audio and pictures onto the computers
  • 9. Delivery GuidePreparing for the session Contact the station personnel responsible for the website Familiarise yourself with the station website and CMS If there is no station website use the CMTO Wordpress Blog Make sure you have the required logins and permissions (The CMTO Blog login is in the Trainer Guide) Set up a demo post to test out the features of the CMS
  • 10. Content Management Systems What knowledge do you need?- Understanding web terms & web effectiveness- Using multimedia in a station setting- Blogging, social networking What content management systems (CMS) have you used?- Use the whiteboard text box to share your experience>
  • 11. Assessment Read through the assessment tasks before delivering the session: 1. Case Study analysis This task requires the candidate to analyse a website and webpages according to a checklist 2. Short Answer This task is primarily to test the underpinning knowledge Questions 3. Practical Activity The task requires the candidate to upload and maintain interactive content on a webpage The majority of the assessment can be carried out during the session The trainee must update & maintain content over four weeks The Trainer Guide includes benchmarks and checklists for you to assess against
  • 12. The sessionThe session is structured around the main assessmenttasks: Evaluate websites and webpages Industry Knowledge Upload and Maintain contentLets take a look at the session plan together…
  • 13. Uploading contentDemonstrate uploading content Use the CMTO Blog Access the station websiteLet’s take a look at uploading content to the CMTO blog…
  • 14. Assessment WorkbookIn order to mark a trainee competent in this unit youshould collect: Student Assessment workbook- Website and webpage Evaluation checklist- Short answer quiz and webpage plan- Observation checklist- Student Activity LogYou MUST observer the trainee uploading content onone occasion and provide feedback
  • 15. Practice Start your own blog Use the CMTO Blog to practice on Open a SoundCloud/Podbean/CPOD account Start a Flickr/YouTube/Vimeo Research station websites and what works best Play with some link checking software Read the resource booklet and extra resources on the Trainer Portal
  • 16. Blog it! Logon to the CMTO Blog Post a short story about your latest training experience Post a relevant picture Embed a relevant video/audio Link to some helpful resources Share your post via email!

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