Available courses

During this course you will learn how to organize and perform digitisation activities in small memory institution e.g. public library or local museum.

This course shows how to digitise cultural heritage objects, how to prepare them for on-line presentation and how to describe them with metadata. Besides of necessary theoretical background, the course includes also practical instructions which will enable small institutions to create high quality digital content and make it available to services like Europeana.

A 5 week course aimed at Y7 students in which they create digital storybook and turn this into an audiobook.

These three open source graphics and desktop publishing tools are free to use and redistribute. Learn to use them in this self-guided set of tutorials.


THIS IS AN INTERGRATED COURSE FOR THE SUBJECTS:
1. MANAGE SUBJECTS
2. ENSURE A SAFE WORKPLACE

THE SUBJECTS' ASSESSMENT EVENTS AND PORTFOLIO ACTIVITIES ARE BASED ON A WORKPLACE SCENARIO.

Let's learn about climate change and how our actions can create positive change!

A person's mental state plays an enormous role for athletic success. Sports Psychology 101 will provide an overview of the essential ingredients for athletic excellence. This course will cover the importance of goal setting, relaxation, visualization, establishment of routines, self talk (what to do with your ANTS: automatic negative thoughts), and achieving flow. It will be up to you to integrate and personalize those ingredients during the course for your specific sport.

William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies examines the role of individuals in the shaping of a society. What are the responsibilites of citizens in a society? Students must be prepared to answer this question for themselves through creative writing and thought, group processing, and independent reading.

This course was developed for grade 8 students by Rachel Barnes, a humanities teacher at the Chatham Middle School.

This unit will introduce and reinforce grammar concepts.

This is a mini sample course showing just one unit of literature study on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

  • Natural disasters: including floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and volcano eruptions that have immediate impacts on human health and secondary impacts causing further death and suffering from (for example) floods, landslides, fires, tsunamis.
  • Environmental emergencies: including technological or industrial accidents, usually involving the production, use or transportation of hazardous material, and occur where these materials are produced, used or transported, and forest fires caused by humans.
  • Complex emergencies: involving a break-down of authority, looting and attacks on strategic installations, including conflict situations and war.
  • Pandemic emergencies: involving a sudden onset of contagious disease that affects health, disrupts services and businesses, brings economic and social costs.

Any disaster can interrupt essential services, such as health care, electricity, water, sewage/garbage removal, transportation and communications. The interruption can seriously affect the health, social and economic networks of local communities and countries. Disasters have a major and long-lasting impact on people long after the immediate effect has been mitigated. Poorly planned relief activities can have a significant negative impact not only on the disaster victims but also on donors and relief agencies. So it is important that physical therapists join established programmes rather than attempting individual efforts.

Local, regional, national and international organisations are all involved in mounting a humanitarian response to disasters. Each will have a prepared disaster management plan. These plans cover prevention, preparedness, relief and recovery.


Welcome to Fine Art Photography
You are about to embark on a visual journey that will change the way you see the world...Enjoy!