Archive for October, 2009

The UK OER Programme held its Interim Meeting on October 20 for those involved in institutional, subject and individual strands of the pilot programme. The presentations from the meeting are available: Click Here Advertisements

Patrick McAndrew from the Open University has posted a slideshow and discussion board on Cloudworks on the issues of OERs and globalisation. If you wish to join the debate or follow the discussion please sign in and log on: The notes from the OER Programme Interim Meeting on Internationalisation are also available: Click Here Many […]

The ADM-OER Project has a new member in the team. Welcome to Mary Burslem has done work with Jorum and is currently working on Intute Click to go to UAL Project Page

UNESCO have published a new OER Toolkit to help give guidance to academics and staff in higher education who are interested in becoming involved in developing and using open educational materials. The toolkit provides a background to open education, offers advice on seting up OER projects and the key issues that may arise in this […]

Richard Woods writes in this week’s Sunday Times on Open Learn and the growth in access to online higher education. See previous ADMOpened Blog entries and Trevor Herbert’s You Tube clip The Future of Education? on the subject of Open Learn and Open University Read the Article

With thanks to Russell Hrachovec at Compound Eye Design, who is responsible for the design of the ADM-HEA Subject Centre Publication Networks the project has a new logo. Click for access the latest edition of Networks Magazine Click here for a slideshow of all project posters

A presentation by Martin Weller, from the Open University, offers a number of practical and ideological reasons we should adopt open teaching and learning materials. The audio may need a little boosting. View the slideshow