Monday, 22 November 2010

ljmu e-learning forum on open-learning objects

Theme: “The BIG Share” Open Learning Resources

Institutions are starting to open up their resources to the wider world, projects that enable open sharing of content are happening across the sector, making content available on the web supporting your teaching and learning.

This e-learning forum will concentrate on these emerging resources. If will give the background context, discuss the educational implications, provide examples within the institution and provide support for you to look for yourself. 


David Kernohan (JISC) Virtual Presentation Via Wimba

David Kernohan has worked for JISC since 2006, latterly being involved in managing the UKOER programmes and related work. He's worked for HEFCE, and "has stories" about CETLs, FDTL and professional standards for HE teaching staff, and once upon a time ran staff development events, lectured in Music Technology, and prepared for QAA audits. He also blogs on educational openness and policy at and keeps a running commentary on twitter as dkernohan.

Traci Hudson (HEA) Module/Programme leader. Joint Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator

Traci will be discussing how nursing courses at LJMU are using resources developed by Nottingham University.

Ruth Nagus (ECL) ECL Faculty Learning Technologist

Ruth will be discussing how education courses are embedding a range of external resources to support learning.

Alex Spiers (AEU) – Learning Technology Officer

iTunesU – Alex will be discussing the current LJMU development project for the introduction of this service.

Katherine Harbord (MAS) – Senior Lecturer

Katherine will be discussing her use of open learning resources to support her students

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