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Partnership Investigations into Accredited Prior/Previous Learning (Pineapple)

The aim of this project is to bring clarity and apply structure to current APL work, policies and practice carried out in the UPC regional partnership of FECs. Gaps will then be identified and, where...
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Funding period:April 2009 to March 2011
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University of Plymouth
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Comment:
Posted by lisacorley at 2011-07-11 12:20:05
Project Summary (from final report)

This project developed a web-based tool to support staff through the management of an APEL claim. A desk study, staff survey, piloting and numerous formal and informal meetings led to the creation of the PINEAPPLE core builder which can be used to design and deliver an online APEL process for any institution. The project also produced a range of support materials that can be adapted for use in other contexts.
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Posted by lisacorley at 2011-01-24 12:35:39
Adding extra processes e.g. include processes for group APEL claims
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Posted by mark at 2010-04-28 11:03:22
Innovation Base link: http://www.innovationbase.net/app/model/view?id=184&m=184&currentpage=model
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Posted by mark at 2010-04-28 11:03:09
Not implementing XCRI but are aware of it and knowledgeable of the benefits. Project has identified XCRI as playing a role in their APEL supporting processes in the future
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Posted by mark at 2009-12-18 10:19:59
concerned with supporting the Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) through the use of technology

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Person Support-Person: Ellen Lessner (SSBR)
Person Support-Person: Patsy Clarke (SSBR)
Person Programme-Manager: Ruth Drysdale