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  • 1. Pineapple ProjectAPELEluminate Session12 thNovember Dr Neil Witt University of Plymouthwww.pineappleproject.org.uk

2. The Project

  • P artnershipIn v e stigations intoA ccreditedP rior/ P reviousLe arning ( PIneAPPLe )
  • The Pineapple project is funded by JISC under the Lifelong Learning and Workforce Developmentstrand of the Institutional Innovation Programme.
  • Running from March 2009 - March 2011
  • 300,000 funding

3. The Pineapple Team

  • Dr Neil Witt- Pineapple Project Director
  • Dr Anne McDermott- Pineapple Project Director
  • Dr Harriet Dismore- APEL Research Co-ordinator
  • Robert Stillwell- Technical Developer
  • Mark Stone- CETL embedding link
  • Sophie Neville- Project Assistant

4. Project Aim

  • To bring clarity and apply structure to currentAccreditedPrior Experiential Learning (APEL)work, policies and practice carried out in the University of Plymouth Colleges faculty.

5. University of Plymouth College Faculty

  • 18 partners
  • 10,000 students
  • 460 HE programmes

6. Objectives

  • reviewexisting APEL resources and identify possible barriers and mechanisms to implement the APEL procedures
  • develop, implement and evaluatean APEL toolkit/diagnostic for HE in FE staff to explain APEL process and to record/register APEL
  • use this diagnostic tobuild up casesthat can be referred to as and when needed
  • disseminationof the above together with appropriatesupportfor HE in FE staff.

7. Progress so far

  • Baseline report
    • National / Regional / Local levels
  • Pilot survey administered to HE in FE programme managers. The main survey is due to be sent out to all HE in FE programme managers in a few weeks.
  • Process mapping.
  • Consultation with potential users.

8. Survey

  • Awareness of APEL
  • - Policy
  • - Responsibility
  • - Information available for students
  • - Cost and time
  • Support available
  • Support required

9. UPC APEL Event

  • Share survey findings
  • Discuss mechanisms and barriers
  • Feedback on Additional issues
  • College specifics
  • Ways forward

10. Process Mapping 11. Process Mapping Version 0

  • Surveys(pilot complete, to be distributed imminently)
  • Events with APEL stakeholders Dec, Jan
    • Input and feedback
  • Baseline Data
    • UPC
    • HEI(s)
    • Professional Bodies
    • Employers

12. System Wireframing 13. Interface Design 14. System Aims Allow users (staff) todesign an APEL processsuitable for their situation Let the usercreate a student application(also add additional staff) Leadthe userstep by stepthrough the process andsave progressSystem may be used to send information to students (documents / links via email potential for sms) Output informationin standardised XML format (to be decided) 15. For further information

  • Visit the website:www.pineappleproject.org.uk
  • Contact Us:
  • Dr Neil Witt:
  • [email_address]
  • Dr Harriet Dismore:
  • [email_address]
  • Robert Stillwell
  • [email_address]