Episode 5: Open Educational Resources (OER)


This month we look at Open Educational Resources (OER) with Momna Hejmadi, Senior Fellow in the Department of Biology and Biochemistry.  We’ll be talking about her involvement in a JISC/HEFCE  funded project through the UK Centre for Bioscience where resources created at the University of Bath have been shared openly with the wider academic community.

The e-Learning Team will be taking a break from podcasting over the summer and will return in October 2010.

Listen to the podcast: Episode 5 – Open Educational Resources

Further information related to the subject of this podcast:

* Momna Hejmadi’s Cancer Biology OERs

* UK Centre for Bioscience OER project (http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/oer/)

* Jorum: access to free learning and teaching resources (http://www.jorum.ac.uk/)

* Open Educational Resources Infokit: guidance on using and creating OERs (https://openeducationalresources.pbworks.com/)

Other useful links:

* My Moodle can be accessed from a button at the top of your home page. Check the My Moodle FAQ and Moodle Service Blog post (http://go.bath.ac.uk/m0nx) for more information.

* Case study: using forums to support distance learners (http://go.bath.ac.uk/qghr)

* How-to: make sense of your Moodle Gradebook (http://go.bath.ac.uk/dw7j)

* Moodle Day 23 June 2010
Presentations and Panopto recordings of the University of Bath Moodle Day can be downloaded from http://go.bath.ac.uk/uays.

* Information on usage of the Moodle FAQs and Learning Technologies FAQs is available here: http://go.bath.ac.uk/xgdd.

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One Response to “Episode 5: Open Educational Resources (OER)”

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