The OU team who have been working on this project are:
|Rebecca Galley, Curriculum Design Project Officer / Project Research|
|Dr. Simon Cross, Project Manager / Project Research [Blog]|
|Prof. Gráinne Conole, Project Lead (September 2008 – August 2011)|
|Prof. Martin Weller, Project Lead (September 2011 – May 2012)|
|Dr. Juliette Culver, Lead developer (Cloudworks)|
|Andrew Brasher, Lead developer (CompendiumLD)|
|Paul Mundin, Learning and Teaching Development Officer|
|Dr. Nick Freear, CloudEngine developer / Cloudworks Accessibility and Internationalisation|
|Brunel University||Dr Phil Alberts, Natalie Parnis, Anu Sharma and Dr Juliette Stephenson|
|London South Bank University||Ruth Brown|
|Cambridge University||Dr. Amyas Phillips|
|Leciester University||Prof. Gráinne Conole|
As part of the JISC Curriculum Design project (OULDI_JISC), four other HE institutions (Brunel, Cambridge, London South Bank and Reading Universities) have been trialing and exploring the use of the OU learning design methodology. The purpose of these pilots is to determine the transferability of the OU methodology across a range of different HE organisations. In addition the pilots will provide the project with valuable feedback about the tools and resources developed as part of the OULDI-JISC project, and the approaches we have used to introduce and embed the methodologies institutionally (workshops, special interest groups and the toolbox etc). These Universities previously worked together as a cluster group for the HEA Pathfinder Project, on which Gráinne Conole was critical friend and it is expected that this work will build on, and extend on, that project.
In addition we have been working with the LAMS group and are looking forward to continuing to work with Gráinne and her now team at Leicester University.