Examining policy and practice for OER creation in the context of research led institutions
Exploring the implications of embedding the scavenging and evaluation of OER multimedia content (big and little) within the curriculum of an introductory anthropology class.
Exploring the role of OER and OEP in supporting the teaching and learning of research methods within several subject discipline areas.
EVOL-OER: The evolution of Open Educational Resources
Developing a deeper understanding of the re-use and adaptation of open educational resources (OERs) by academics in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), and how these resources evolved over time.
To create an index to Academic Practice related Open Educational Resources
OER as a Scholarly Activity within Staff Development Accredited Courses
To embed OER into early career staff development
OER-related accessibility issues and their relevance to practices of re-purposing/re-use
To explore issues of accessibility relevant to the development of open educational resources (OER) with a particular focus on visual resources.
Integrating the use of open content into the design, development and delivery of Post Graduate Certificates
SPIDER examined the unique issues surrounding the use of iTunes U as a distribution channel of free learning material.
Creating a sustainable long-term relationship between the Open University in the South West and the regional voluntary sector network South West Forum in developing vocational open educational resources (OERs) for the UK voluntary sector.
ToeToe: Technology for Open English - Toying with Open E-Resources
TOETOE looked at uses for research corpora in developing open educational resources (OER) for academic English language teaching and learning.
These are case studies on Open Educational Resources Projects:
Case study on BERLiN project, a 12-month JISC-funded project to enhance and expand Nottingham’s existing Open Educational Repository.
HumBox is a collection of more than 1000 humanities teaching resources that have been uploaded to the web for lecturers to use freely.
The Leeds Metropolitan University Unicycle project was an institutional OER project within the HEA/JISC Phase 1 UKOER programme.
The aim of the Unicycle UK OER project, funded by JISC, was to develop an Open Educational Resources repository at Leeds Metropoliton University.
Presentation given by Billy Khokar (OU Leeds, Assistant Director) on 13th May 2010 as part of the 'Making open the Easiest Option: OER and sustainability' workshop.
Case study on SCORE, One of the OER case studies collated by the Opal project
The OTTER project enables the production and release of high-quality open educational resources (OERs) drawn from teaching materials delivered at the University of Leicester.
Simon Thomson (Unicycle) talks of how the annual staff performance review process at Leeds Met. can now be used to recognise OER creation as an agreed performance objective.
Tony Hirst (OU) describes what motivated him to experiment with RSS and web feeds as an easy way to get OER content distributed.
A case study of three OER projects being run through the University of Malawi.
A collaborative teaching and learning programme which makes extensive use of ICT to deliver educational resources.
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