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The DRC team can assist with the development of non-unit based resources that support or promote teaching and learning at the University, including the development of online resources, multimedia resources (audio or video) and documents. For example: an online staff training module or a poster for use at a conference presentation.
Non-teaching resource development work will not be accepted in peak unit production periods and needs to be requested and approved through the Non-Teaching Resources form. Please do not contact individual DRC staff members as they are not authorised to accept non-teaching resource requests.
After you submit the request form, you will be contacted by a DRC staff member to discuss your request to confirm requirements and priorities. Work will only be accepted if a reasonable development time has been factored in. Please note that your request will be considered by the Manager, DRC and the decision to continue is based on time available and the staff resources available.
To access an explanation of the DRC Procedure for Printed Non-Teaching Resources
DRC Procedure for Printed Non-Teaching Resources (this file is included in our 'Downloads' area)
- Clients should collate all text and images for the requested work (including permissions for use of images submitted) before activating a request with DRC.
- All text should be correct and complete at the time that it is submitted to avoid partial submissions, and inefficient workflow.
To Submit Non-Teaching Resources
- Client fills in basic submission to log a request and consultation appointment. The submission of the request does not necessarily mean that DRC will be able to undertake the work.
Work is allocated to DRC team member/s and other stakeholders identified.
- You will be contacted by a DRC staff member, and an appointment time setup for you to discuss your request brief and confirm how you will supply content. The DRC staff member with fill out a checklist form.
- The DRC team member will produce a mock up, the process of production and review will go through various stages until the work is complete and ready for proofing.
- You will be given access to the final files for review via email, CD, FTP etc.
To Authorise/Not Authorise Non-Teaching Resources
- Client fills out a basic form to either Authorise or Not Authorise publication of resources
After publication, you report feedback to DRC so we can review our internal process, and evaluate client satisfaction
Updated: 21 February 2013