Oer Subj.Meeting.20oct2009.Presentation

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Short overview of the C-SAP subject strand OER JISC project

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  • Oer Subj.Meeting.20oct2009.Presentation

    1. 1. Evaluating the Practice of Opening up Resources for Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences Core project partners • Regent’s College London (Anthropology) • Manchester Metropolitan University (Criminology) • University College Plymouth St Mark & St John (Politics) • University of Ulster (Politics) • Aston University (Sociology) • Keele University (Sociology) Project co-ordinator Darren Marsh, C-SAP d.l.marsh@c-sap.bham.ac.uk 0121 4142998 Deposit into JORUM Open Research pedagogic support framework Start: Identify content, begin IPR check Re-work content if necessary for open use Development workshops with peers and evaluation – refine pedagogic framework Review use of materials, potential for re- use, and develop supporting project toolkit. Workflow process
    2. 2. • Shift from tacit understandings embedded in teaching materials to more explicit resources • Exploration of processes, challenges, assumptions about sharing materials and/or practice • Development of pedagogical frameworks and toolkits for re-use and re- purposing • IPR and copyright licensing (in particular with regard to images) as well as branding/marketing issues • The use of JORUMOpen and Web2.0. tools as deposit platforms • Creation of customisable and adaptable OERs Key issues for C-SAP OER project Evaluating the Practice of Opening up Resources for Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences

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