Slides from #ukoerday – next steps

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Here are the slides I presented to at the #ukoerday on the 20th April. These highlight some key points from the funding circular for the second round of UKOER funding.


Slides are available to reuse and redistribute openly under CC-BY-NC-SA
Text from the slides is available to reuse and redistribute freely and openly under CC-BY


Audio recording of UKOER online workshop on sustainability

On Thursday 15th April, the UKOER programme ran an online workshop around issues of sustainability, which included presentations from Simon Thompson at the Unicycle Project at Leeds Metropolitan University, Joss Winn from Chemistry FM at Lincoln University, Nick Greeves from Chemtube3d at Liverpool University and Adam Mannis from the CORE Materials project based within the Higher Education Academy Materials subject centre and network. We are happy to be able to release an audio recording of this workshop for others to benefit from.

Presenters were asked to speak about the way that their project had approached the issue of releasing OER sustainably (without project funding), and offer tips to others who may not be as clear about their sustainability direction.
Common themes included the embedding of OER release into standard institutional processes, and using students and academic staff as active participants in OER release.
This post and recording are available under a CC-BY-SA license. This is a recording of an Elluminate session.


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David Kernohan
UKOER Programme Manager – eLearning Team – JISC
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