Tag: Resources

This is an archive of the 2013 version of ocTEL.

ocTEL week 3 resources – Best Practice Models for e-learning

From Keith Smyth webinar (ocTEL week 3)
This page gives more information about the Best Practice Models project run in the Learning Development and Innovation team at Staffordshire University and details of how you can get involved.
Helen Walmsley http…

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ocTEL week 3 – 3E Framework (Keith Smyth webinar)

I know ocTEL advise us to keep jogging along and I am already on catch-up from week 7 but I’ve decided to head back to week 3 in order to capture the 3E framework which I think is a brilliant resource.  I have just watched the webinar again and got just a much on the […]

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Make it personal, keep it simple: finding and creating resources. #octel

In Week 4, the fundamental question that #ocTEL asks is “how can we take advantage of technological developments in order to create and source relevant learning resources?” Actually, the question continues “for our students”, but I’m going to ignore that bit. I’m just going to throw in here the idea of “self-organised learning” and, on […]

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finding (and using) resources #ocTEL week 4

I choose to look for resources relating to distributive justice and healthcare, since I’ll be teaching on this topic in a couple of weeks. I looked on Merlot (as an example of an educational resource bank) and TED (as an example of a more open-ended repository), since I’d not used …

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Resources from the chat-room (ocTEL webinar week 1)

I just wanted to post 2 links that came from the chat-room during this webinar: https://portal.solent.ac.uk/support/support-with-it-media/learning-technologies/resources/sol-standard-may2010.pdf There was an interesting discussion going on about consistency.  While I am all for ‘deliberately vague’ as an approach to prepare students for their unknown futures, I think there is also a lot of merit in a consistent starting […]

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Giving knowledge for free: the emergence of open educational resources

Tags: learning, Resources, OERsby: Roger Harrison

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Welcome to LORO – LORO

Comments:”LORO contains resources for language teaching available to download and reuse, including those used by the Department of Languages at the Open University, UK.” – Sarah HorriganTags: oer, loro, language, languages, resources, derbytel, opennes…

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