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New look

Posted on Thursday, May 11, 2017 by James Aylett

Hi

We hope you are enjoying browsing (and studying) the workbooks in this MOOC. The programme has now been running for three years so we thought it should have a make-over.

Over the coming weeks we'll be updating some of the content and re-vamping the presentation - hopefully it will make it easier to find the information you're looking for.

The programme has been a fantastic success (we don't get too many mentions from the big UK charities though - that's another story) and has opened the door for users worldwide. Many of these countries receive little or no information regarding sight loss and the effect it has on people's lives, so we are proud that we have been able to help a little.

If you have any information that is specific to your country (perhaps strategies for cooking on an open fire) please let us know -  we may be able to incorporate it into this (or the next update). You can use the contact page on our website.

Thank you for signing up for the programme and we hope you get a chance to use the information in the way it's intended.



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Certification

Posted on Monday, March 02, 2015 by

Are you planning to undertake the online 'Measurement of Learning' and receive your Certificate?

  • If you have any concerns or questions we are here to help. 
  • Let me know what's on your mind - I'll do my best to help.
  • I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Dr Andrew Dodgson. 


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Course content

Posted on Friday, February 27, 2015 by James Aylett

The course content focusses on the role of the rehabilitation worker - this is a specialist professional in the UK who works with people with a visual impairment.

As you work through the course you will be aware of our accredited programme of study however, we wanted this course to be 'introductory' - to encourage people to find out more, to consider the possibilities, to better inform other professionals (Social Workers, Occupational Therapists etc.) and provide information and advice to people in countries where services are few or non-existent.

We have people sign up for the course from across the globe so we feel it is useful to connect you all and exchange knowledge. While you are studying, you might let others know if you find a particular resource(s) useful?

We'd like to see the course grow; we have already added the endorsement from the College of Occupational Therapists and included the option of earning a Certificate at the end of your studies. They'll be more and we'll keep you informed.


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Site design

Posted on Friday, February 27, 2015 by James Aylett

The website has been designed to make access to materials very easy. If you are having a particular problem getting hold of a resource - for instance, if a link in a workbook doesn't work - then do please let us know.  

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Welcome to the MOOC Blog

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015 by James Aylett

Hi. We hope you're enjoying this free MOOC Course and that it helps you get to grips with how Rehabilitation Workers approach their work.

From time to time we will post blogs for discussion - we hope this will enable us all to better connect with each other.

Use the blogs to tell people what's happening in Australia, Africa, the Caribbean, anywhere! - simply post your comments.

You might want to comment on the website, course content, services in your country or area, taking the assessment - see what other people have to say. 



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