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OLE Dutch history

Open Learning Environment for Early Modern Low Countries History
The project will turn a comprehensive survey course in early modern Low Countries history, from the late Middle Ages to the end of the 18th century, into a multimedia and Web 2.0 enriched Open Educational Resource (OER).
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Funding period:April 2009 to April 2010
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Comment:
Posted by Johnr at 2010-01-13 15:00:01
Balance between integration of resources and suitable deposit granularity
Comment:
Posted by Johnr at 2010-01-13 14:58:38
Materials also being deposited into Humbox and Jorum
Comment:
Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:20:13
Using Moodle/ HotPotatoes to create assessment resources.
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:18:13
Simile timeline exportable as xml
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:17:52
Granularity in line with deliverables - one big resources but also sub resources that can be independently deposited
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:17:11
OERs not yet tagged - probably using DC
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:16:18
Jorum deposit will probably be individual upload
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:15:53
Liaison with humbox to put study packs into humbox or language box
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:15:25
Moodle installation (and OERs) part of dutch.ac.uk
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-30 17:05:35
Simile hosted locally
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-21 14:09:43
resources also via Moodle
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Posted by johnr at 2009-09-21 14:09:22
Will use a suitable CC licence

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Person Programme-Manager: David Kernohan
Person Programme-Manager: Joanne Masterson (HEA)
Person Maintainer: Ulrich Tiedau