Taught and tautology

The word shibboleth has started to mean different things to different people, to the extent that, shibboleth is now a shibboleth (and it doing so a tautology). Originally, in Wycliffe’s translation of the bible it is the word used by¬†Jephthah … Continue reading

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What a difference a Pat makes!

The last week has seen a whirlwind of activity since our new Web Developer, Pat Lockley, started on the Triton project. We are delighted to welcome Pat to the Oxford team and, as anyone involved in UK OER knows, he … Continue reading

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Developing tools for Open Education at the CETIS OER Hack Day

The OpenSpires Triton team spent a very productive two days working with programmers and developers from around the UK at the recent CETIS OER Hack day. A range of tools were created in a fast and furious coding and writing … Continue reading

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