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ACTDIP012

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Explain how student solutions and existing information systems meet common personal, school or community needs

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  • investigating how information systems are used in communities and explaining what needs are being met, for example students jointly creating a short survey and collecting data about how many community residents use the online library borrowing system to download e-books and why they do or do not (Skills: Literacy, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability)
  • imagining and considering alternative uses and opportunities for information systems used in the classroom, for example visiting a virtual museum and being able to feel the texture of historical Asian objects or to view Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks (Skills: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability, Critical and Creative Thinking)
  • exploring information systems that suit particular home or personal needs, for example using speech recognition software that can help speakers whose language background is not English, or a system to monitor energy or water consumption in the home (Skills: Literacy, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability)
  • testing the adequacy of student solutions, for example asking a classmate to review a digital solution and provide feedback (Skills: Literacy, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability, Critical and Creative Thinking)

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