Monthly Archives: October 2010

DELILA’s critical friend

On Friday I had a really useful talk with Sandra Griffiths from Queens University Belfast who is the ‘Critical Friend’ to DELILA, appointed by the Higher Education Academy. Sandra is a really experienced educational developer, a lecturer in community education … Continue reading

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Evaluation and synthesis meeting

The evaluation and synthesis team at Glasgow Caledonian held an Elluminate meeting on Tuesday which I attended. We were introduced to the evaluation and synethesis frameworks which come from phase 1 of the OER programme. This framework was used by … Continue reading

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Learning from OER Phase 1

I finally got around to reading the JISC OER Synthesis and Evaluation Project Final Report today.  Authored by Lou McGill, Helen Beetham, Isobel Falconer and Allison Littlejohn of the Caledonian Academy, it’s very thorough and covers everything that we could … Continue reading

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DELILA Press Release

It’s been a slightly less fraught week for the DELILA team, now the project plan documentation has been sent to JISC and the HEA. Nancy is working on our audit spreadsheet for our first work package – so those on … Continue reading

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