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Using Web Resources

Web-based resources play a vital part in supporting learning and development. Key features include:

  • Provision of up-to-date information, although this has to be monitored and maintained
  • Tailored information e.g. specific staff groups, particular purpose, at set times
  • Variety of mechanisms e.g. video, audio, written, pictures, diagrams
  • Scope for some interactivity such as questionnaires and feedback but this is not usually ‘live’
  • Ability to access content on people’s own devices – particularly useful with increasing smartphone app development.

Further Information


The following examples demonstrate a variety of ways in which resources can be presented on-line.

Create your own

This essential NHSGGC Training and Guide offers, how you can get started with creating your own web pages or YouTube videos.

 You can also contact the Learning and Education Service for initial advice and guidance.

Remember, if you are thinking about creating resources, you will need to consider:

  • What is their purpose?
  • How will they fit with other interventions?
Existing Resources

A huge amount of really valuable material already exists and it is always worth doing a little research before thinking about developing new resources. Here are a few that you should know about: