Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reflections from Neena Lakhani

I interviewed Neena Lakhani in Mid-March. Neena works as a Teaching Fellow at De Montfort University on the TIGER project. At the moment, Neena is converting existing materials into OERs and developing new materials as OERs. She reflected on a … Continue reading

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Copyright collaborations and musings

Yesterday I was involved in a conference call collaboration with members from the OSTRICH project from Derby and Bath¬†(http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/oer2/ostrich.aspx). Kudos to Vic Jenkins whose idea it was to collaborate on documents relating to guidelines¬†on copyright for academics! As the copyright … Continue reading

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Reflections from Liz Anderson

I interviewed Liz Anderson two weeks ago. Liz is one of the Academic Leads at Leicester on the TIGER project. Liz is currently converting some materials in Strand One and Three into OERs. She reflected on the problems and challenges … Continue reading

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TIGERS at CAIPE forum

On 10/3/11, TIGERS were invited to present at the CAIPE forum in Leicester. Following an excellent introduction to OERs by Ale, Rob then gave a quick overview of the development of the TIGER project. Liz, Ali and Jacqui then discussed … Continue reading

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Reflections from Jacqui Williams

I interviewed Jacqui Williams this week. Jacqui is one of the Academic Leads on the TIGER project based at De Montfort University (DMU). Jacqui is currently converting some IPE materials into OERs. She reflected on the key issues that she … Continue reading

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TIGER / OERs – more mentions at Northampton

The TIGER project and OERs in genefral are now getting more mentions at Northampton as we continue detailed business planning and are getting involved in more course redesigns. A new range of training sessions will be launched soon by the … Continue reading

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Accessibility discussion with EA Draffan (3rd March)

On Thursday 3rd March, Rob a useful discussion on OER accessibility with Gemma Towle and EA Draffan. EA has extensive experience in the field of accessibility and is currently working on projects within this area. We discussed the nature of … Continue reading

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