Learning Proposal Draft

Name: Julie Yarnold
Student Number: 84123455

Personal Learning Needs

Develop skills in ascertaining appropriate technologies and standards to create an interactive web application that conforms with current standards and requires very little modification to be deployed on mobile technologies, perhaps as an app which allows login to check appointment times and pay fees, etc.

SWOT Analysis





Learning Needs in DMT

Learning Plan


What do I want to learn?


How will I do it?


What exactly will I use?

Proposed Project Description

What will you build?

An interactive web site for a self-employed personal trainer. The site should allow clients of the trainer to access information about the trainer, including his or her background and professional services; information about exercise programs; to book and pay securely for appointments online for training sessions; to receive reminders to their mobile phones for appointments; to contact the trainer via a form; to read and comment on the trainer's blog; to sign up for an email newsletter; to view a Frequently Asked Questions list; and to access useful relevant links.Trainer should also create a Facebook page in his or her business name.

Pages will include


What do I plan to do when?

Project timeframe - 11 weeks: 27 March to 5 June 2012

Week -1

Commence working through tutorials

Research requirements for mobile technologies

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Useful Links

Priava Software for Venue and Event Management (for interactive timetable and bookings) http://www.priava.com/

Example: http://woollahra.eponline.parrimark.net/eponline/default.aspx

Flowcharting and Diagramming Software: http://www.cacoo.com and http://www.lovelycharts.com

HTML Dictionary: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/default.asp

CSS References: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/default.asp

Javascript References http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/default.asp

Code validators:

W3C Markup Validation Service http://validator.w3.org/

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Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict

Valid CSS!

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