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OER Programme Phase 3

Page history last edited by Lou McGill 7 years, 6 months ago

Between 2009 and 2012 HEFCE invested in this area through the JISC and the Academy to promote the sharing and reuse of learning resources, and to provide a reputational benefit to UK higher education through the promotion of high quality learning resources worldwide.

 

During the UKOER Programme more than 80 projects benefited from funding, many with multiple partners across a wide range of sectors. The institutions involved experienced significant benefits and the UK HE sector as a whole has experienced increased academic reputation as a result of the work undertaken by this programme.

See also

Pilot Programme - OER Release

OER Programme Phase 2


Phase 3 encompassed a number of activities which included:

 

OER Phase 3 "Themes" projects

These projects investigated how OER approaches can work towards particular strategic, policy and societal goals (October 2011 to October 2012)

 

Lead Institution

Project

Project blog

Funding

University of Oxford 

Great Writers 

X 

 £127,108

Southampton Solent University

Opening Up a Future in Business 

X 

 £41,459

Doncaster College

REaCTOR 

X 

 £195,000

De Montfort University

HALS OER 

X 

 £199,982

University of the Arts, London

ALTO UK 

X 

 £198,189

University of Nottingham 

PARiS 

X 

 £139,286

University of Oxford

Sesame 

X 

 £98,936

Coventry University

COMC 

X 

 £51,899

Newcastle University

PublishOER 

X 

 £153,334

University of Southampton

FAVOR 

X 

 £144,294

University of Cambridge

ORBIT 

 

 £200,000

Sheffield Hallam University

Digital Futures in Teacher Education 

X 

 £196,672

University of Liverpool

CORE-SET 

X 

 £126,276

 

Outcomes and lessons learned from these projects of work are described in the Phase 3 Synthesis and Evaluation Report McGill, L., Falconer, I., Littlejohn, A. and Beetham, H. JISC/HE Academy OER Programme:  JISC, 2011

 

UKOER rapid innovation projects

Small short technical projects funded from March to October 2012

 

Outcomes and lessons learned from these projects of work are included in the  Technology for Open Educational Resources - Into The Wild. Reflections on three years of the UK OER Programmes Edited by Amber Thomas, Lorna M. Campbell, Phil Barker and Martin Hawksey. October 2012

 

 

Communications and dissemination work

 

Evaluation and Synthesis project

 

Findings from all three phases of UKOER are fully documented at the Evaluation & Synthesis wiki , managed by a team led from Glasgow Caledonian University.

McGill, L., Falconer, I., Littlejohn, A. and Beetham, H. JISC/HE Academy OER Programme: Phase 3 Synthesis and Evaluation Report. JISC, 2011 https://oersynth.pbworks.com/w/page/59707964/ukoer3FinalSynthesisReport

 

Support for institutional change

 

Including an institutional change academy project , support for embedding the findings from existing work and a set of projects developing materials for staff development regarding OER. 

 

Technical  support led by JISC CETIS, 

IPR  support led by the OER IPR project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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