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Report back on: Is iTunesU a successful model of OER? – presentation from OER11

Is iTunesU a successful model of OER (Open Educational Resources) distribution? Presentation by Terese Bird at OER11   I attended many talks at OER11 but this one stood out as being particularly interesting as Lisa and I have discussed the pro’s and … Continue reading

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DELILA – Embedding Digital and Information Literacy OERs into the PG Cert

Over the last year the University of Birmingham and LSE have been working on the JISC and HEA funded DELILA project.  The project focusses on embedding digital and information literacy teaching materials into HEA accredited teacher training courses such as the PG Cert and … Continue reading

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LabSpaces at the OU

I attended an Open Educational Resources day a couple of weeks ago and the LabSpace area of the Open Learn website was demonstrated. This is a website by the Open University which offers free educational resources and gives access to … Continue reading

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