Monthly Archives: April 2011

Creative Commons 2.5 v 3.0

A re-occurring query for DELILA has been whether to use CC 3.0 or 2.5 and what the differences really are. JISC legal have clarified below, and summarised as: “In summary, there is a marginal improvement made by the 3.0 suite of … Continue reading

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Bye, bye, bye DELILA (for a short while!)

I’ll be handing over the management of DELILA for a short while to Steve Ryan at LSE while I do an Arcadia Fellowship at Cambridge. However, it is great to go out on a high note and the DELILA team … Continue reading

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The OER conversion continues

I’ve been frantically working on completing the conversion of our resources at LSE to OER and have enlisted the help of various colleagues in CLT and the Library. We identified quite a number of interesting issues while carrying out the … Continue reading

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Are current IL standards meaningful?

This online presentation asks some interesting questions about current information literacy standards and if they are fit for purpose.  It also makes ensures that you need to remember that your students will be novices in information literacy and so we shouldn’t … Continue reading

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