During the summer of 2010 staff at OUCS ran a Community Collection where members of the public, teachers, academics, museums and other units, were asked to send material related to the Anglo-Saxons to form part of a freely reusable web site. The Project – Woruldhord (or ‘world hoard’) – extended OUCS’s research into public engagement with community collections, and in the space of a few weeks has assembled a large collection of freely reusable educational resources.
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