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Events: OER Gathering

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CETIS are organising a one-day event to support the development of collections of open education resources. The day will look at technical issues around collecting and using third-party OER content in your repository (drawing on the work of the ICoper project) and look at issues around creating and providing dynamic collections of OERs. Technologies in scope for the day include selective RSS/ATOM aggregation, providing search interfaces to third-party hosts or repositories, and integrating with other services such as annotation or commentary services which might be relevant to creating a dynamic collection of OERs relevant to a specific theme of interest to learners. The day will include short presentations of existing tools, opportunities to test the interoperability of syndicated content and services, and exploration of developer challenges relating to these. Bring a laptop and code if you are interested in presenting, demonstrating or testing interoperability on the day; we will provide internet access and opportunity for you and other developers to work together.
Date: 22 Jun 2010
Agenda: hyperlink http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/OER_Gathering
Contact: Phil Barker
Location: University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

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