Wilson, Tina; McAndrew, Patrick; Miles, Richard and Conole, Grainne
Contributing evidence of choice and change when using Open Educational Resources.
In: ALT-C 2009 “In Dreams Begins Responsibility”: Choice, Evidence and Change, 8-10 September 2009, Manchester, UK.
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Open Educational Resources (OER) provide a vast array of free course materials. The Open Learning Network (OLnet) is a research project, which started in March 2009 and is funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. A major technique adopted in OLnet to uncover what has been achieved with OER (by MIT, OpenLearn, OpenER and others) is to undertake a host of facilitative workshops. This particular workshop explores the reuse of content already published on OpenLearn (as part of the CAPITAL project funded by Becta).The workshop will involve the audience in considering how they would reuse OER in their own teaching practice
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