The subjects in Year 2 of the Associate Degree Policing Practice (delivered by the School of Policing), have progressively evolved from the traditional methods of subject delivery to the development of a multi-media environment enhancing the teaching and learning outcomes. This multi-media approach environment directly links teaching and learning to real life situations. This paper will discuss the ‘trials and tribulations’ of both the Educational Designer and Lecturer in the development of ‘simulations’ in a multi-media learning environment specific to distance education. Further it will outline the processes involved to meet both the academic rigors expected of university delivered course as well as the expectations and needs of the organisation whom the student is employed by.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||CSU Ed 2009 - Learning and Teachin Hub Thurgoona Campus, Albury, Australia|
Duration: 25 Nov 2009 → 27 Nov 2009
|Conference||CSU Ed 2009|
|Abbreviated title||Leading and learning in university education|
|Period||25/11/09 → 27/11/09|