Archive for November, 2009

Although detailing more science based courses the Daily Telegraph this week covered the UK OER Programme. Read the Story


A Few Thoughts A very valuable and informative conference and it was good to have the whole ADM-OER team present. The Xpert and Xerte presentation was  an eye opener and I’m sure useful for the project once  resources are available in the  institutional repositories and  we can use the RSS feeds. I think it became […]


  Web technologies are driving a revolution in higher education, where many degrees may soon be studied online: The Academy’s David Sadler, Director (Networks) and David Kernohan of JISC discuss Academy/JISC OER programme in a Education Guardian interview. Read the Ful Report


I have written a very short report comparing UAL’s Kultur with EdShare and Language Box: 1.0 Introduction: 1.1 EdShare is a “resource for collaboration and sharing of materials used in teaching and learning” that has been created by the University of Southampton. There is no ‘About Us’ information either on the homepage or as a […]


I have just started at the University of the Arts London, working with Andrew Gray. Last week Andrew and I attended a workshop at the University of Southampton on Traditional Educational Repositories vs. Web 2.0 Resource Sharing. Here are some notes from the workshop:


From the home of the Capetown Declaration a new artcicle by Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams and Eve Gray (University of Capetown) which looks at: key attributes of OER, namely social, technical, legal and financial openness in an attempt to make the task of identifying where changes could be made to existing teaching materials or processes a little […]