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Project Management

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This page contains information about the eTutor project management process and links to relevant documents.


Management Documents:


eTutor Project Proposal

SP Swansea Institute of HE eTutor Proposal.pdf 


eTutor Project Plan

eTutor Project Plan.doc 

eTutor Project Plan v2.doc 


eTutor Project Budget

Budget and Cash Flow.xls 



Project Reports:





Management Meetings:


First Steering Group meeting:

eTutor sg meeting agenda 170308.doc 

eTutor sg meeting minutes 170308.doc


Second Steering Group meeting:

eTutor sg meeting agenda 290908.doc 

eTutor sg meeting minutes 290908.doc


Flashmeeting VC link: http://fm-openlearn.open.ac.uk/fm/684b9d-4276


Weekly eTutor project group meetings:

Project group meetings are scheduled weekly at 10am on Thursday morning. They are normally held by video conference using the Open University Flashmeeting service which has the advantage of being recorded and hence there is an archive of all meetings. Ocasionally they are held f2f.


The eTutor project is one of three JISC projects being managed by Prof Tony Toole on behalf of the Swansea Metropolitan University and the University of Glamorgan. There are synergies between the objectives of the projects, as well as an overlap of project team members. For this reason, the Thursday vc meeting has recently discussed progress on all three projects and the sharing of information has been beneficial for each.


The most recent meeting was 16.01.09 and the recording may be viewed at http://fm-openlearn.open.ac.uk/fm/f940a0-5484

All other meetings are available to be viewed in the meetings archive which can be accessed here.

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