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Presentation by Sarah Currier from MIMAS on open repositories at the Jisc RSC Scotland Open Education event on 26th November 2013

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  • Hello everyone and thanks to the Co-Pilot folks for giving Jorum the opportunity to speak to you all as part of this useful workshop. My name is Sarah Currier and I am Jorum Service Manager, I’m based at Mimas at the University of Manchester but beaming in live to you today from my home in Glasgow. I’m going to give you a run-through of what Jorum offers currently as a service, plus give you a taster of what is coming this summer when we launch our new Jorum interface and features. And I will briefly mention our new Jorum Powered added value options. I will be asking you to stop and think about a few key questions along the way, just to give me and all of you a feel for where people are at in the workshop today with reusing and sharing OERs. After lunch I’ll be facilitating a session where you can deposit your own resources in Jorum with the help of some of the Co-Pilot folks in the room.
  • Finally, I’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative: ‘Jorum Powered’.‘Jorum Powered’ has come about as a result of working with our community and realising that there are requirements that ‘core’ Jorum alone does not meet. What I mean by ‘core’ Jorum is all that I’ve mentioned above, that is, the free, open access service for sharing OERs relevant to the Post-16 Education sector. There is a demand that the OERs being created by that sector are managed, shared and promoted in new ways and Jorum is now in a position to support these needs going forward by offering cost effective solutions.There are 3 options available. The first is a fully hosted repository service called a Sub-site. We are already providing this for the College Development Network in Scotland. You saw one version of this earlier as a collection within Jorum called Re:Source. As well as being able to access those resources within Jorum, you can also access them through their Sub-site, which looks like this.
  • Finally, I’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative: ‘Jorum Powered’.‘Jorum Powered’ has come about as a result of working with our community and realising that there are requirements that ‘core’ Jorum alone does not meet. What I mean by ‘core’ Jorum is all that I’ve mentioned above, that is, the free, open access service for sharing OERs relevant to the Post-16 Education sector. There is a demand that the OERs being created by that sector are managed, shared and promoted in new ways and Jorum is now in a position to support these needs going forward by offering cost effective solutions.There are 3 options available. The first is a fully hosted repository service called a Sub-site. We are already providing this for the College Development Network in Scotland. You saw one version of this earlier as a collection within Jorum called Re:Source. As well as being able to access those resources within Jorum, you can also access them through their Sub-site, which looks like this.
  • Finally, I’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative: ‘Jorum Powered’.‘Jorum Powered’ has come about as a result of working with our community and realising that there are requirements that ‘core’ Jorum alone does not meet. What I mean by ‘core’ Jorum is all that I’ve mentioned above, that is, the free, open access service for sharing OERs relevant to the Post-16 Education sector. There is a demand that the OERs being created by that sector are managed, shared and promoted in new ways and Jorum is now in a position to support these needs going forward by offering cost effective solutions.There are 3 options available. The first is a fully hosted repository service called a Sub-site. We are already providing this for the College Development Network in Scotland. You saw one version of this earlier as a collection within Jorum called Re:Source. As well as being able to access those resources within Jorum, you can also access them through their Sub-site, which looks like this.
  • Finally, I’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative: ‘Jorum Powered’.‘Jorum Powered’ has come about as a result of working with our community and realising that there are requirements that ‘core’ Jorum alone does not meet. What I mean by ‘core’ Jorum is all that I’ve mentioned above, that is, the free, open access service for sharing OERs relevant to the Post-16 Education sector. There is a demand that the OERs being created by that sector are managed, shared and promoted in new ways and Jorum is now in a position to support these needs going forward by offering cost effective solutions.There are 3 options available. The first is a fully hosted repository service called a Sub-site. We are already providing this for the College Development Network in Scotland. You saw one version of this earlier as a collection within Jorum called Re:Source. As well as being able to access those resources within Jorum, you can also access them through their Sub-site, which looks like this.
  • Finally, I’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative: ‘Jorum Powered’.‘Jorum Powered’ has come about as a result of working with our community and realising that there are requirements that ‘core’ Jorum alone does not meet. What I mean by ‘core’ Jorum is all that I’ve mentioned above, that is, the free, open access service for sharing OERs relevant to the Post-16 Education sector. There is a demand that the OERs being created by that sector are managed, shared and promoted in new ways and Jorum is now in a position to support these needs going forward by offering cost effective solutions.There are 3 options available. The first is a fully hosted repository service called a Sub-site. We are already providing this for the College Development Network in Scotland. You saw one version of this earlier as a collection within Jorum called Re:Source. As well as being able to access those resources within Jorum, you can also access them through their Sub-site, which looks like this.
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    1. 1. Ways and means with Jorum … new OER possibilities Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager RSC Scotland Open Education Event, 26th Nov. 2013
    2. 2. What is Jorum? http://www.jorum.ac.uk • A free and open national UK service for sharing and finding OERs relevant to UK HE/FE/Skills. • A trusted source of quality OERs for the UK post-16 education sector. • A robust, safe, sustainable hosting platform for OERs. • An international showcase for UK OERs.
    3. 3. Jorum news • Dr Jackie Carter (Jorum Director) and me (Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager) leaving Jorum after December 2013. • Dr Susannah Boyle is new full-time Mimas Senior Manager for L&T, starting next week. Formerly of Robert Gordon University. • My role being advertised as OER Service Manager, closes 28 November: https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=6894. • Mimas to become part of Jisc from 1 August 2014. No change to Jorum service.
    4. 4. Jorum Powered: What & Why? • Requirements beyond Jorum’s core service: your own repository or website for OERs. • Cost effective for institutions, organisations and communities: http://www.jorum.ac.uk/powered/ • Jorum Sub-site (fully featured repository); • Jorum Window (customisable website); • Jorum API Support (build your own with our help).
    5. 5. Jorum Powered: What & Why? • Jorum Sub-site (fully featured repository): • • Re:Source – OERs by and for Scottish FE. Jorum Window (customisable website); • University of Leeds Jorum Window under development. • Jorum API Support (build your own with our help): http://www.jorum.ac.uk/developers/
    6. 6. 29/11/2013 mimas.ac.uk 6
    7. 7. Jorum Communities • Research Data Management and Information Literacy communities of practice: • RDM OERs (DaMSSI-abc project, in collaboration with the Digital Curation Centre / Jisc MDR Programme); • Information and Digital Literacies OERs, in collaboration with CoPilot and DELILA. • Re:Source – Scottish FE OERs available as a community within Jorum also.
    8. 8. 29/11/2013 mimas.ac.uk 8
    9. 9. Jorum #LOVEOER • You, the learning and teaching experts, recommend OERs held in Jorum. • We’re offering £75 vouchers for contributors. • First #loveoer curated collection is available, from Bex Ferriday in Wales: Subjects Allied to Medicine • Let’s get some experts based in Scotland to contribute! Contact support@jorum.ac.uk
    10. 10. Jorum API • By Christmas 2013! http://www.jorum.ac.uk/developers/jorum-s-rest-api • Showcase OERs held in Jorum anywhere, anytime. • Any search or browse, e.g.: • • Anything tagged UKOER. • • Everything in Information Literacy community collection. Anything created by you or your institution. Showcase Jorum OER usage data too.
    11. 11. Any questions? Contact us: • www.jorum.ac.uk/support • support@jorum.ac.uk • 0161 275 6109 • Twitter: @JorumTeam Original image URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cristinacosta/4304968451/sizes/o/ Image author: cristinacosta CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
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