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Resource Management

The repositories strand of CETIS's work looks at the use of systems to manage learning resources, especially the dissemination of those resources (whether open or otherwise). We take a wide view of what a repository is, defining one loosely as a place where resources can be kept. Thus Web2.0 services such as YouTube and Flickr are as much in scope as traditional repository software such as DSpace and ePrints.

This work relates to the Learning Resources and Activities area of the JISC eLearning Programme, and to the JISC Information Environment programme.

Related topics: Resource Description and Discovery, Open Educational Resources

Articles

29 Apr 2013 Martin Hawksey
One of the nice things working for CETIS is when organisations like the Association of Learning Technologists (ALT) approach you to contribute to their projects it’s often an opportunity to field test cutting edge innovation. This was the case when ALT recruited me for their Maths Apps Index project. As part of this we implemented LRMI/schema.org resource descriptions into community generated reviews
Resource Management
17 Apr 2013 Wilbert Kraan
Last weekend, a motley crew of designers, students, developers, business and government people came together in Edinburgh to prototype designs and apps to help learners manage their journeys. With help, I built a prototype that showed how curriculum and course offering data can be combined with e-portfolios to help learners find their way. The first […]
Portfolio Lifelong Learning Achievement information Architecture and Modelling Competences Semantic Technologies Learning Opportunities (XCRI) Resource Description and Discovery Resource Management
28 Mar 2013 Lorna M. Campbell
Writing in Booksprints Presenter and authors: Phil Barker, Lorna M. Campbell, Martin Hawksey, CETIS and Amber Thomas, University of Warwick. Session: LT50, #abs50 A booksprint is a facilitated, highly structured intensive writing process.  This booksprint ran for two and a half days, involved four people and was facilitated by Adam Hyde.  The aim of the sprint was to produce [...]
Open Educational Resources Resource Management
21 Mar 2013 Phil Barker
With great pleasure and more relief I can now announce the availability of Into the wild – technology for open educational resources, a book of our reflections on the technology involved in three years of the UK OER Programmes. From the blurb: Between 2009 and 2012 the Higher Education Funding Council funded a series of […]
Metadata Open Educational Resources Resource Description and Discovery Resource Management
08 Feb 2013 Lorna M. Campbell
There have been a number of reports in the tech press this week about inBloom a new technology integration initiative for the US schools’ sector launched by the Shared Learning Collective. inBloom is “a nonprofit provider of technology services aimed at connecting data, applications and people that work together to create better opportunities for [...]
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Resource Management Events



Past Events


Dev8ed
Date: 29 May 2012 to 30 May 2012
Open Educational Resources (OER) Hackday
Date: 31 Mar 2011 to 01 Apr 2011
OER Gathering
Date: 22 Jun 2010


Resource Management Resources


Linking VLEs and Repositories
Date: Oct 2009
A snapshot from early 2009 showing examples of how repositories containing learning materials and VLEs interact
York St. John Digital Repository: an ecological view of interactions and systems.
Date: Oct 2009
A case study of the use of ecological metaphor for modelling complex systems looking at the York St John repository
York Digital Library : an ecological view of interactions and systems.
Date: Oct 2009
A case study of the use of ecological metaphor for modelling complex systems looking at the York Digital Library
Digital Repository Programme Support Project and Repository Research Team, Final Report
Date: Aug 2009
Final report of the Digital Repository programme support project and the Repository Research Team.
An Ecological Approach To Repository And Service Interactions
Date: Jan 2009
Report by CETIS and UKOLN investigating the utility and value of ecology as a metaphor for describing complex systems.

Resource Management Publications



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