Archive for November, 2010

‘Can you use a Wikipedia model to write and edit books?’ A question posed by Dr Joanna Zylinska form the Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London. Supported by the Art Design Media Subject Centre and Open Humanities Press the project’s has been in Dr. Zylinkska’s words “to develop an online, open […]


For those of you who are interested in the wider, more global, drivers of OERs a debate on the value of reusable resources to the international HE community was filmed and is available on You Tube. The EDUlink event event took place at University of the South Pacific earlier this year. The intro (Part 1),explaining […]


The JISC Support Team have posted the OER – IPR Starter Pack. The Starter Pack begins with a short video which gives a concise overview of the issues everyone will encounter when creating OERs, and then pulls together some Briefings, Guides and Tools which will enable you to produce content that is re-usable and re-purposable. […]


JISC have announced there are a few more places left for am IPR and Copyright workshop on 24th November in London For More Information