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B064 - Creative Use of ICT - Controlled Assessment                                                                       

2.4.3 Development        


Subject Content

3.2.5 Word processing, dtp, web design and other presentation software       
3.2.6 Graphics production and image manipulation

Unit 2 Controlled Assessment : Assignment : Applying ICT

Design, Implementation.        


Edexcel Unit 2 – Using Digital Tools

Topic 3 – Digital Publishing

2.3.2 Prepare and organise different types of digital content
2.3.3 Develop digital products which are fit for purpose and audience.   

Edexcel Unit 4 – Creating Digital Products

Topic 4 - Development

4.4.1 Implement a design            

OCR Cambridge Nationals

R005 : Creating an Interactive Product Using Multimedia Components

LO2 Be able to create interactive products containing multimedia components

R007 : Create Dynamic Products Using Sound and Vision

LO2 : Be able to create dynamic products

OCR National Certificate in Information Technology

Unit 2 : Webpage Creation

AO4 : Create interactive elements

Key stage 3 programme of study for ICT

Developing ideas
2.2f bring together, draft and refine information, including through the combination of text, sound and image

Communicating information
2.3a use a range of ICT tools to present information in forms that are fit for purpose, meet audience needs and suit the content
2.3b communicate and exchange information (including digital communication) effectively, safely and responsibly
2.3c use technical terms appropriately and correctly

Range and content
3a use of a range of information, with different characteristics, structures and purposes, and evaluation of how it matches requirements and its fitness for purpose

The Framework for ICT

3.3 Communicating

Functional skills : Level 1 functional skill standard

Use ICT systems

Develop, present and communicate information


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