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Are we sharing our toys
in the sandpit?
Nancy Graham, Rebecca Mogg & Nicola Siminson
April 2009
LILAC symposium outline
 Cardiff, RLO-CETL
 BRUM, Merlot
 Benefits of ISCoP
 Jorum
 Group discussions
 Conclusions a...
BRUM
 University of Birmingham
 2006-2007 project
 RLOs available online and on Jorum
 Focus on design and effectivene...
Merlot
 Searchable collection of peer reviewed,
online learning materials (including IL)
 Evaluation criteria
 Links ou...
ISCoP in Ireland
 Coordination of upload of materials
 Regular meetings of developers across
Ireland
 Central repositor...
Group discussions
 Scribe
 Set of prompt
questions
 3 bullet points on flip
chart paper
Conclusions
 Development
 Storage/preservation
 Sharing
 Quality control
 Re-purposing/re-use
 CoP
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Are we sharing our toys in the sandpit? A discussion on issues surrounding the re-use and re-purposing of electronic information literacy learning objects in the UK. Graham.

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Are we sharing our toys in the sandpit? A discussion on issues surrounding the re-use and re-purposing of electronic information literacy learning objects in the UK. Graham.

  1. 1. Are we sharing our toys in the sandpit? Nancy Graham, Rebecca Mogg & Nicola Siminson April 2009
  2. 2. LILAC symposium outline  Cardiff, RLO-CETL  BRUM, Merlot  Benefits of ISCoP  Jorum  Group discussions  Conclusions and actions
  3. 3. BRUM  University of Birmingham  2006-2007 project  RLOs available online and on Jorum  Focus on design and effectiveness http://www.is2.bham.ac.uk/blasst/brum.htm
  4. 4. Merlot  Searchable collection of peer reviewed, online learning materials (including IL)  Evaluation criteria  Links out to native hosts  Small UK coverage  http://libraryandinformationservices.merlot.org/
  5. 5. ISCoP in Ireland  Coordination of upload of materials  Regular meetings of developers across Ireland  Central repository to point users to  Share best practice and avoiding duplication http://www.ndlr.ie/iscop/
  6. 6. Group discussions  Scribe  Set of prompt questions  3 bullet points on flip chart paper
  7. 7. Conclusions  Development  Storage/preservation  Sharing  Quality control  Re-purposing/re-use  CoP

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