Tag Archives: OER

Reflections from a group of health practitioners

I had a chance to talk to eight students at the University of Northampton on the 14th September about the TIGER resources. The eight students had a chance to browse the TIGER repository and OERs for about an hour during … Continue reading

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TIGER presentation at OER 11 conference

Yesterday, Jacqui and Ming presented TIGERat OER 11 conference at the Manchester Conference Centre. The presentation focused on TIGER’s work in transforming and developing Interprofessional Education (IPE) materials as Open Education Resources (OERs). Jacqui began with an introduction to the … Continue reading

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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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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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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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Reflections from Gary Denby

I talked to Gary Denby twice in the past two weeks. Gary is the Teaching Fellow on the TIGER project, based at the University of Northampton. Gary is currently converting a number of materials into OERs for TIGER.  He reflected … Continue reading

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Reflections from Chris Hebbes

I interviewed Chris Hebbes yesterday. Chris is another Teaching Fellow on the TIGER project based at Leicester. Chris is currently converting Strand Three Patient Safety materials into OERs. The materials are based on a one-day patient safety workshop run for interprofessional … Continue reading

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Some initial reflections from a Teching Fellow

I talked to Nick Court, one of the Teaching Fellows on the TIGER project yesterday. Nick works as an e-learning developer for the School of Medicine, University of Leicester, and is currently converting two materials into OERs: Strand One IPE workbook: … Continue reading

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TIGER in Australia

Susie Macfarlane, Research Fellow in Scholarly Teaching and Learning, Deakin Univeristy Australia visited BDRA today. Susie works for the Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Science. She is very interested in the TIGER project. A colleague of her who teachers IPE … Continue reading

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More dissemination opportunities for TIGER

We submitted a presentation proposal to OER 11 and will hear the decision from the conference by 20 December. There are other IPE and e-learning conferences in 2011 where TIGER can have a presence. IPE conferences 2011: 1. ASME (Association for the … Continue reading

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