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The project has been completed and the Final Report is currently being finalised. This report will shortly be made available through the JISC Programme website and through the project website. In addition the project partners’ completed Action Plans together with a partners’ Evaluation Report in which the project leads reflect on key lessons, challenges and […]

Two new online wizards which help when applying multiple Creative Commons licenses to OERs. Jason Miles Campbell, service manager, JISC Legal said, “These tools make tricky calculations easy when it comes to working out how the various Creative Commons licences work with each other…” Click here for more information Thanks to Naomi Korn and the […]

JISC invites institutions to submit funding proposals for projects related to the creation and use of digital content with funding of up to £5.4 million available. The Themes are: Strand A: Digitisation for Open Educational Resources (OER) Release of digitised educational content for use and re-use on an open access basis through digitisation of special […]

Project Update


As the project moves into the final phase the findings, outcomes and reflections on the past 12 months is being collated. To assist the process a reporting template has been constructed to allow the partners to detail their experiences and project outcomes. To view and download the template, and the recent newsletter, go to the […]

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 […]