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Presentation by Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager at Mimas, University of Manchester, as part of the CETIS Conference 2013 session on Open Practice and OER Sustainability, Birmingham, England, 12 ...

Presentation by Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager at Mimas, University of Manchester, as part of the CETIS Conference 2013 session on Open Practice and OER Sustainability, Birmingham, England, 12 March 2013.

This brief presentation covers new developments at the Jorum national open educational resources (OERs) service, funded by Jisc for UK post-16 education, and its plans for contributing to a sustainable OER infrastructure.

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  • The Art of the Possible: Infrastructure for SustainabilitySarah Currier, Jorum Service ManagerCETIS Conference 2013:Open Practice and OER SustainabilityBirmingham, England, 12 March 2013 mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • JorumA National Service for Sharing Open Educational Resources• Jorum is a UK national OER service to UK post-16 education, funded by Jisc.• Anyone in UK post-16 education can share their CC-licensed OERs via Jorum.• Others with OERs that may be of use to UK post-16 education can share too.• Anyone in the world can find, see, download and use OERs hosted by Jorum. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • JorumA National Service for Sharing Open Educational Resources• Jorum is a UK national OER service to UK post-16 education, funded by Jisc.• Anyone in UK post-16 education can share their CC-licensed OERs via Jorum.• Others with OERs that may be of use to UK post-16 education can share too.• Anyone in the world can find, see, download and use OERs hosted by Jorum. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • How will Jorum support sustainability for OER?Two-pronged approach:• As part of Jorum Core: Jorum Reporting and API - supporting all users with measuring, analysing and reporting on the impact of their OERs.• Co-funding and Co-invention: Jorum Powered - cost-effective options for educational organisations and communities in managing & promoting OERs. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Coming soon: Jorum Usage Data (with API)Let’s take a look: http://beta.jorum.ac.uk/search* For those using the presentation after: - Perform a search - Optionally, narrow your search with the faceted browse buttons - Click the Report button … - Click the API tab to look at that … co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Jorum Powered: options for your OERs• Jorum Powered offers three options to help you deliver a customised OER service to your user community.• The first two are fully managed and delivered by the Jorum team.• The third offers support to help you in building your own customised interface onto Jorum.• They all give your users access to the full Jorum collection of OERs. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Option 1: A Jorum Sub-site - we can do it all for you!A Jorum Sub-site is a complete repository solution, allowing you to manage yourcontent, workflows and users, with flexible customisation and branding. We cancreate and maintain an OER repository for you, enabling you to focus on yourresources and community engagement. And your repository will give yourcommunity access to the full wealth of Jorum content.E.g.: Re:Source – a Jorum Sub-site serving Scotland’s colleges sector. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Option 2: A Jorum Window - showcase your OERsA Jorum Window, branded and tailored to your needs, can showcase yourinstitution or communitys OER, digital media and related initiatives e.g. your blog oriTunesU feed. The Jorum team can build this for you, enabling you to focus ondeveloping and showing off your resources.- Based on Jorum Beta technology for enhanced discovery and reporting.- Sample wireframe here. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Option 3: The Jorum API SupportIf you’re a developer, or you have developers within your community or institution,you can use the Jorum API to build customised web tools and services that enableyou to expose Jorum resources and data within your own web presence. The API isavailable to the community at no charge; however if you need support pleasecontact the Jorum team. co-funding and co-invention are our future. mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk
  • Jorum: http://www.jorum.ac.ukJorum Powered: http://www.jorum.ac.uk/poweredJorum Beta: http://www.jorum.ac.uk/blog/post/56/jorum-just-got-a-whole-lot-betaSarah Currier (Jorum Service Manager): sarah.currier@manchester.ac.ukLaura Skilton (Jorum Business Development Manager): laura.skilton@manchester.ac.uk mimas.ac.uk jorum.ac.uk