Thursday, March 06, 2008

A Youtube video about RSS feeds

This is a video explaining RSS feeds. Some students have started to use google reader to link to blogs and websites and search through new information that has been added. This video explains "in plain english" what sites like google reader provide.


Participation in Occupation 1


Using Rss


From: bwatwood, 1 month ago





Overview of Google Reader and RSS


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OT Housing modifications site

This is an interesting blog site. It is UK based but there are a number of areas of relevance

Housing Mods Blog

Friday, February 29, 2008

Horty Kim

Here's a blog that Kim from Horticulture has set up. Check it out if your interested in permiculture. The blog has a lot of video entries.

Horty Kim

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Virtual world education

Here's a link to a stuff article about education in second life.

Stuff article

Communications Lecture

Lecture PowerPoint from 25th of February

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Facebook


Getting Started In Facebook


From: andrew.read.canberra, 3 days ago





A guide for novices


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Starting your Blog tutorial


Getting Started With Google And Blogger


From: andrew.read.canberra, 3 days ago





A guide for novices


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Introduction Lecture


Introduction Lecture PO1


From: JamesSunderland, 1 minute ago





Introductory Lecture Participation in Occupation 1 stage 2 course run by the Otago Polytechnics School of Occupational Therapy


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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Thursday, October 26, 2006


Check out this Blog http://www.future-hype.com/blog/
Participation in Occupation 1

Course Aim

This course will enable students to focus on participation of people in meaningful occupation. People today are increasingly engaged in occupations that use technology. Students will explore the different ways technology can be used to bring about engagement in occupation of people who have occupational needs, and to consider how technology can be used to enhance therapy services to clients.

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Describe the place of computer and digital technology as a tool for facilitating participation in occupation and enhancing therapy services.
2. Demonstrate competence in the production of a work using computer or digital technology.
3. Identify and consider ethical issues related to the use of technology with client groups.
4. Identify simple adaptations to the environment and software to enable clients to access technology.