Cost versus benefit

This was something that came up a lot in the second Ripple workshop ‘Born Usable Born Digital’ on 16th December 2010. The day was well attended by our partners, Oxford Brookes University and Harper Adams University College and lots of … Continue reading

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New licensing and copyright charts from OER IPR Support Project

The OER IPR Support Team has just announced the release of two new process charts designed to help JISC/HEA  funded OER projects deal with the IPR and Licensing issues associated with their OER. The charts provide navigation through the IPR … Continue reading

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Technical requirements for OER2 programme

CETIS have now updated the Technical Guidelines for the OER 2 Programme. Please see the blog post for more details: The timing of these guidelines couldn’t be better for the Ripple partners – we are having our second workshop … Continue reading

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Born Usable, Born Digital

Our next workshop for the Ripple project is taking shape. This event will take place on Thursday 16th December and will focus on making materials useable and repurposable, hopefully helping our partners to unpick some of the technical issues. We … Continue reading

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Getting started – first Ripple workshop

The first Ripple workshop was held on 19th October 2010. Both partners were represented at the event; four staff from Oxford Brookes and three staff from Harper Adams attended. All project team members from Oxford University were involved in running … Continue reading

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Introducing Ripple: OER Cascade

We have recently started a new OER project called Ripple. To ensure that the lessons learned through the JISC OER Phase 1 Programme are shared with other institutions contemplating OER release, the team responsible for OpenSpires will provide expert support … Continue reading

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