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Conference Proceeding

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Apple University Consortium

Faculty

Education and Arts

School

Communications and Multimedia, Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts,Technology, Education and Communications

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This article was originally published as: McMahon, M. & Luca, J. (2007). JAMTART: an online performance support system for project management. In M. Docherty (Ed.), "Contribute, Communicate, Collaborate" Proceedings of the Apple University Consortium Conference 2007 (pp. 12-1 - 12-8). Gold Coast, Queensland: AUC.

Abstract

The continuing focus on generic skills in higher education and the embedding of graduate attributes into university policy and planning requires a rethink of how such generic skills can be promoted in a holistic and contextual manner. JAMTART is a product that has been developed to address key generic skills processes inherent in the project management of team-based interactive media development. The three main modules of Selfassessment, Team monitoring, and Reporting and reflection are tied closely to the planning, monitoring and evaluation inherent in metacognitive processing. This paper describes the product in the light of this underpinning theory.

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