Open educational resources in distance education: Adopting a model of open learning in academic practice

Authors Dr Stylianos Hatzipanagos (Senior Lecturer in Technology Enhanced Learning, King’s College London)  Charles Kasule (King’s College London) Patricia McKellar (Associate Director, University of London Undergraduate Laws Programme) Prof Steven Warburton (Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning, University of Surrey) Project report TRA5 Hatzipanagos (final report) [pdf, 565kb] Project summary The project addressed the problem of identifying educational … Continue reading

CDE seminar: The Role of Open Access and OERs within Distance Education

CENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION SEMINAR >> The Role of Open Access and OERs within Distance Education …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. This first CDE lunchtime seminar of the academic year explored the role of Open Access (Licensing and Publishing) and Open Educational Resources (OERs) within Distance Education, focusing on the context of the University of London International Programmes.   … Continue reading

Finding and Evaluating Open Educational Resources workshop

Research in Distance Education 2011 conference

Date: Thursday 29 March 2012 Presenters: Dr Jane Secker (Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor, London School of Economics) Dr Stylianos Hatzipanagos (Lecturer in Higher Education/Head of eLearning, King’s Learning Institute)  The workshop will be a chance to find out more about open educational resources (OERs). We were very pleased to invite two CDE Fellows, Jane … Continue reading

DELILA Dissemination event: One day event for developers of information and digital literacy teaching and learning material

OERs (Open Educational Resources) are a growing area of interest, both in the UK and internationally, and a community of practice for librarians and educational technologists to share ideas and resources in re-using and re-purposing information literacy learning objects has emerged. The CDE hosted a DELILA Dissemination event on 26 July 2011 in Senate house, … Continue reading