Category Archives: Birmingham

The end is near….

The DELILA project is now into its final month and the team had their last Steering Group meeting last Friday. Colleagues from Birmingham came to LSE and we tied up a number of loose ends. LSE now have a repository … Continue reading

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Promotion, promotion, promotion!

Just been accepted at the University’s Teaching & Learning Conference http://www.weblearn.bham.ac.uk/tlconf/ – and first on!http://www.weblearn.bham.ac.uk/tlconf/programme/TLConf_Draft_Programme.pdf Should be good – feel like the wheels are beginning to move a little here, as we’ve now made contact with 2 academics interested in OERs … 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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2nd Tuesday Elluminate session

I attended one of the online events that JISC have been running for the OER projects on Tuesday 9th November. The session was focused on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and featured three speakers (well, only two in the end but more about … Continue reading

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DELILA kicks off!

Project DELILA has started for real now as I attended the JISC Programme meeting for the OER Programme Phase 2 last week. We are part of the OMAC strand which is joint with the Higher Education Academy and 11 projects … Continue reading

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