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**Please note that this course ended in November 2008. However, this Wiki retains useful information and resources that may be of interest to you.** 

 

FOLIOz: Facilitated Online Learning as an Interactive Opportunity in Australia

 

Project Management (PM@5PM)

 

About PM@5PM...

Welcome to the 'Project Management (PM@5PM)' web pages. PM@5PM is an online interactive course on project management that is being delivered by email and Web pages. The course has been comissioned by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) as a FOLIOz course for Australian librarians.

 

The PM@5PM course begins on Tuesday 7th October 2008 and ends on Friday 21st November 2008. For the course materials, see the PM@5PM archive. To see an outline of the course, see the PM@5PM course timetable

 

Key Materials...

 

Portfolio Templates:

Group-supported route

[Self-directed route is not offered for this FOLIOz course]

 

PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

 

Portfolios will be assessed by the following criteria:

Group-Supported Assessment Criteria

 

 

Reading:

Course Introduction

Course FAQs

 

Briefings:

 

What is a project?

Introduction to the Time, Quality & Money (TQM) Approach to Project Management

Project Teams and Project Boards

Project management techniques 

Project Management Software

 

Mini-Briefings:

 

Time

Quality

Money

PRINCE2

 

 

Other Materials:

 

The Course Assignment

PRINCE2 Discussion Wiki

Quiz

Project management case study: Interview and transcript

Project Troubleshooting Wiki

Bibliography

Course summary

 

Course aim...

 

This course aims to introduce participants to the skills required to manage projects, ranging from small to large and everything in between!

 

Course objectives...

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

 

 

  • Create project plans.
  • Balance the cost, time and quality aspects of projects.
  • Minimize the risks involved in projects.
  • Overcome project problems
  • Understand the use of project management methods and techniques such as PRINCE2.
  • Engage with fellow course participants in discussing issues arising from project management.

 

 

 

 

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