Monthly Archives: March 2011

LSE’s copyright Moodle course now available under Creative Commons

As part of the work I’ve been doing to convert LSE’s digital literacy resources to open educational resources, I’ve opened up our Moodle course: Copyright, the internet and teaching online to guests. I have also put a Creative Commons licence … Continue reading

Posted in digitalliteracy, LSE, ukoer | Tagged | 2 Comments

Evaluating open educational resources: draft criteria now available

While we are working hard to convert resources to open educational resources at Birmingham and LSE, others in the DELILA team have also developed some draft criteria to evaluate OERs. This forms part of Work Package 8. We decided to … Continue reading

Posted in HEA, JISC, ukoer | Tagged , | Leave a comment

My first Elluminate presentation

I joined the JISC OER Programme online meeting this afternoon to present briefly three findings from DELILA. I was the first presenter to report and I found talking to a ‘room’ of people I couldn’t see slightly strange, as I … Continue reading

Posted in delila, ukoer | Leave a comment

Work Package 3: almost complete

We’ve almost finished work package 4, and last week finalised work package 3 which uses the CORRE framework to devise a work flow for converting regular content to open educational content. I’ve also been working on developing a ‘placeholder’ which … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment