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ORIOLE (Open Resources: Influence on Learners and Educators)

May 19th, 2011 at 12:05

Do you use online resources in teaching and learning?

ORIOLE (Open Resources: Influence on Learners and Educators) (http://orioleproject.blogspot.com ) would like to hear from educators that do. They have launched an online survey (access from website) and would appreciate your responses. The average time to complete the survey is 20 minutes and there is a charitable twist. Respondants are asked to select charities from a list with the most popular three each receiving £100. So please try the survey and, if you are interested in open content and open educational resources, watch that site and spread the word. The survey ends on 26 May results of the survey will be disseminated from July.

This week £4m for a Phase 3 JISC/HEA open education resource (OER) programme was announced (see http://www.jisc.ac.uk/oer for information appearing soon), so this work is particularly timely.

ORIOLE is funded from a HEA National Teaching Fellowship (Chris Pegler – c.a.pegler@open.ac.uk), and Chris would like to hear from other educators who are working in the area of use/reuse of online and open resources.

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