Archive for September, 2009

GET IT OUT IN THE OPEN From downloads of lectures to entire courses for free, Rebecca Attwood reports on how universities are fitting open educational resources into their missions and marketing Read the Report Advertisements

Presented by CEMP (Centre for Excellence in Media Practice) this year’s Media Education Summit took place at Liverpool, John Moores University. Much of what was discussed and presented addressed the growth of media higher education through online technologies and the importance of collaboration, in many cases over distance. Although Open Educational Resources were not presented […]

Although the ADM-OER Blog has given information on IPR and Copyright issues, as the project progesses and seeks to identify and secure resources, the debate continues. The Project’s objective is to secure the release of teaching and learning materials through the appropriate Creative Commons license. To familiarise yourself with the background and attributes of the […]

Welcome to Andrew Gray, from Monday Spetember 21, the new ADM-OER Project Leader at the University of the Arts London.

All UK OER Projects are committed to supporting the development of open access teaching and learning materials at an institutional level and through Jorum Open, the JISC funded repository for educational resources. The ADM-OER Project will deposit resources through the repository and you may wish to familiarise yourself with the facility and the processes for […]

JISC has announced details of its 2009 online conference. The event will take place place in an asynchronous virtual environment but will offer keynote speakers, multimedia presentations, demonstrations and discussions. Keynote speakers include: – Charles Leadbeater (Living on Thin Air, Up the Down Escalator, We Think) – Nigel Paine (writer, broadcaster, former BBC Head of […]

The Open Learn website offers free access to the Open University taeching and learning materials with a range of subject modules and discussion forums. Visit the Open Learn Website Listen to the thoughts of Trevor Herbert – Arts Faculty, Open Learn