Archive for May, 2011

The Triton OER Project at Oxford University has devised plug-ins suited to WordPress users which helps add Flickr images to their materials and resources. The two plug-ins identify either CC-BY images which align with their general OER content or search for those with more specific licenses which the user may require to ensure copyright protocols […]

ALTO Project


Just to remind everyone that archive references to the University of the Arts, London (UAL) and OERs are in the context of the institution’s involvement as a project partner in OER 1. Currently UAL are running the ALTO (Arts Learning and Teaching Online) Project and ADM are pleased to be involved as a member of […]

Alex di Savoia from the University College, Falmouth, who has been involved in the UK OER Programme has requested help from the community: I’m currently developing UCF’s “Intellectual Property Rights for Educational Environments” OE course as part of Phase II. I’m in the midst of specifically developing modules around Collaborative working and how this relates […]

Last Few Places Available Jesus College, Ship Street Centre Lecture Theatre, Oxford Friday 20 May 2011 09:30 – 16:00 How we can measure and understand the usage and impact of digital content within the education sector? How do we go about defining value and impact? Which metrics should we adopt to understand usage? When is […]

The OTTER Project have requested anyone who has used their framework to offer some feedback. Link to CORRE Framework

The ORIOLE Project’s focus is on “investigating, understanding and disseminating about use and reuse of digital online resources in learning and teaching”. To help the Practising Open Education Project encourages you to support ORIOLE by filling in a questionnaire. In addition to helping the project there is a small reward, besides knowing you are helped […]

The Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) have announced that the RCA has made two of their special collections available online through the VADS website. The RCA collection includes works by Tracey Emin, Peter Blake and David Hockney Link to Collection And the RCA Record of Student Work Collection Link to Collection Many thanks to Amy […]