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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

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. Ways and means with Jorum … new OER possibilities Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager RSC Scotland Open Education Event, 26th Nov. 2013
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 29/11/2013 mimas.ac.uk 6
  • 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. 29/11/2013 mimas.ac.uk 8
  • 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. 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. 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