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Evaluating the Practice of Opening up Resources for Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences - Support Wiki

       

         

 

 

This wiki functioned as an integral working space for the project “Evaluating the Practice of Opening up Resources for Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences”, undertaken by C-SAP (Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics), based at University of Birmingham. The content of the wiki was released in May 2010, as supporting documentation for the project. The content of the wiki and any supporting materials produced within the project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales

 

The C-SAP project took place between April 2009-April 2010 and was part of UK-wide Open Educational Resources programme [UKOER]. Within the programme, JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee) and the Higher Education Academy were collaborating with the aim of enabling higher education institutions, consortia and individuals to share learning materials freely online. The programme supports universities and colleges in exploring processes and policies, intellectual property rights, cultural issues, technical requirements and data management issues. The C-SAP project has adopted a critical social science perspective on the processes of sharing digital educational resources, as well as related challenges. The project team has endeavoured to explore ways of making educational resources more “open” and less reliant on tacit pedagogic practice by using insights gained from the process of peer review and social science knowledge production.

 

In order to navigate the content of this wiki, you can either use the sidebar menu on your right, or follow links from the homepage in order to get an overview of the project, learn about the project team and dissemination events as well as project outputs such as the report, deposited Open Educational Resources, toolkit and project website. You can then explore the wiki section which documents the steps on "journey" of the project partners as they were repurposing their teaching materials, starting with information about project methodology, moving on to auditing materials, reflection process, module mapping and putting together case studies. Finally, you can choose to explore project resources, which include a literature review, guidance on repurposing teaching materials as well as pedagogical frameworks and Web 2.0 affordances for OERs.

 

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