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Multimedia Authoring Software in the LCVP (SIP006)
This project involved LCVP students using ICT to record and present their programme activities. The use of word processing, presentation and multimedia software was central to the project.
Duration
18 months
Lead Organisation
Second-Level Support Service (LCVP), Dublin
Project Aims
 
  • To evaluate the suitability of a multimedia authoring package (HyperStudio) as a recording and presentation tool in the LCVP.
  • To enhance the educational experience of the LCVP student through the use of ICT by:
    1. Exposing them to a wider range of software and hardware, thus providing an expanded awareness of the potential of ICT
    2. Increasing their ICT skills
    3. Developing their creativity through the production of a multimedia project
    4. Developing other non-ICT skills and qualities, such as communication skills, working as part of a team, taking initiative etc.
    5. To develop draft resource materials to assist in the implementation of this project.
  • To test the feasibility of including a multimedia presentation on an LCVP activity as a portfolio item for assessment.
  • To produce a comprehensive evaluation report to support/reject the feasibility of including such an item.
  • Indicative Outcomes
     
  • An evaluation report on the use of multimedia authoring software (HyperStudio) in the LCVP.
  • An evaluation of the potential for the presentation of coursework for assessment in a novel format.
  • A substantial set of resource materials for national dissemination, in terms of teaching materials for the use of multimedia authoring software (HyperStudio) in the LCVP and sample LCVP multimedia materials produced by the participating schools in the project.
  • A cohort of teachers who are highly trained in the use of multimedia authoring software (HyperStudio).
  • A local/regional/national exhibition of the fruits of the project.
  • A more informed, enriched, and skilled group of students who have benefited greatly from their experience in general use of ICT and as a multimedia authoring tool.
  • Participating Schools
    Athlone Community College, Co. Westmeath
    Beneavin De La Salle, Dublin 11
    Bridgetown Vocational College, Co. Wexford
    Carrigallen Vocational School, Co. Leitrim
    CBS Secondary School, Co. Cork
    Coláiste Chroí Mhuire, Co. na Gaillimhe
    Coláiste Dún Iascaigh, Co. Tipperary
    Coláiste Éamonn Rís, Kilkenny
    Colaiste Mhuire, Co. Westmeath
    Community School, Co. Limerick
    Davis College, Co. Cork
    Intermediate School, Co. Kerry
    Loreto College, Dublin 12
    Loreto Community School, Co. Donegal
    Mercy College, Sligo
    Mount Temple Compre. School, Dublin 3
    Moyne Community School, Co. Longford
    North Presentation Secondary School, Cork
    Patrician Secondary School, Co. Kildare
    Presentation Secondary School, Galway
    St Angela's School, Waterford
    St Fachtna's De La Salle, Co. Cork
    St Joseph's Secondary School, Co. Clare
    St Louis Community College, Co. Mayo
    St Louis Secondary School, Co. Monaghan
    St Mac Dara's Community College, Dublin 6W
    St Mary's College, Co. Wicklow
    St Patrick's Classical School, Co. Meath
    St Rynagh's Community College, Co. Offaly
    Scoil Chríost Rí, Co. Laois
    Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Dublin 8
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