Ready to Research | Open Educational Resources (OERs) for research students

Ready to Research | Open Educational Resources (OERs) for research students.

Summary of #GCUGamesOn Evalution Findings

This is a reblog of a post by the lovely Sheila Mc from her blog howsheilaseesIT which outlines a brief summary of her findings following the #GCUGamesOn Online Experience. I took part in this and enjoyed it very much and I am VERY proud to say I got all three medals … interesting stuff 🙂

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As promised this post shares the summary findings from our recent online event, GCU Games On. As I’ve written about before we developed this very quickly (in a month from idea to online) so we were very aware of some of the pedagogic shortcomings of our overall design. However given the rapid development time during the start of summer holidays when most of our subject experts were on holiday we had to make some very pragmatic design decisions.

Overall the feedback was pretty positive and the whole experience is helping to shape our developing strategy to open, online courses. (Nb the text below has been adapted from an internal report).

Background

GCU Games On was an open online event designed to celebrate, explore and share experiences during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. It ran between 16 July and 8 August 2014.

Instigated by the PVC Learning and Student Experience…

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Follow This Chart to Know If You Can Use an Image from the Internet

When you find a picture online that would be perfect for your project, it’s hard to know whether you’re allowed to use it. Follow this flow chart to know for sure and avoid getting yourself in any trouble.

Source: lifehacker.com

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Outcomes | Jisc Digital Student

RT @helenbeetham: Just updated our #digitalstudent blog with all the outcomes from the project: http://t.co/56IvFSMizt. Please use, re-use,…

Source: digitalstudent.jiscinvolve.org

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