The dinner of champions, representing a smorgasborg of veggie delights from the Red Lion, Stathern, in Vale of Belvoir, Leicestershire. This page is a bit like that.
Want to get started in open education?
Rustled up by Catherine Cronin and myself, we hope to help new people into open education with this ‘getting started’ resource. It refreshes the links to the Jisc OER Infokit and other sector materials that have got a bit bogged own in the passing of time. It brings together materials to help more accomplished open educators review their pedagogy and to stretch their practice. Go on. Go Open!
Repositories containing OER
UK’s one stop shop for OER and OER projects. Always worth a look first. Weblinks to projects and many items of our OER are on here.
A dark blue grape used for wine, and also a brilliant repository for OER from California.
All of our interactive animations are also published as video – for those with mobile phones who won’t be able to play them.
Go to my Soundcloud page
All sorts of things from adverts, MOOC homework, contributions from my dog and an entire radio show!
Go to Slideshare
Search “viv rolfe” and “vivien rolfe”
If you can tolerate all the dreadful adverts, I put most of my presentations on Slideshare – stuff about using Turnitin, Search Engine Optimisation, OER and talks to PGCert groups and conferences.
I love Screenr for making quick picture-soundbites to share. Use with staff and students for sharing messages and feedback on laboratory experiments. Except I can’t because Screenr is no more 🙁