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Events: Open Educational Resources (OER) Hackday

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A two-day event hacking content, systems and services for open educational resources. This is a joint DevCSI / CETIS event organised with UKOLN.
Date: 31 Mar 2011 - 01 Apr 2011
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Contact: Mahendra Mahey
Location: Manchester
This is a free two day DevCSI and JISC CETIS workshop (includes free accommodation) to bring together software developers, project managers, academics, learning technologists, researchers and users particularly in education (though not exclusively) who are interested in hacking OER content, systems and services. Developers and 'users' rarely have opportunities to experiment in a focussed way on hacking systems together, explore current ways of doing things and how they could be improved. We are inviting developers and 'users' to work together in a unique event where teams of people will work with OER resources, systems and services. Events like these are sometimes called 'Hack Days'. We will be encouraging developers to talk about the systems and resources they have created and how they can be discovered, disaggregated, presented, remixed and tracked. We hope these teams will come up with some imaginative and innovative ideas. The event will culminate in a series of presentations from the teams about the work they have carried out. Registration is open at UKOLN, not CETIS.

Registration for this event is currently closed. Please contact: Mahendra Mahey

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