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Your OERs will outlive you: Open Education in the long term
This keynote presentation was made by Martin Poulter of the University of Bristol at RepoFringe 2016. The following introduction appeared on the RepoFringe website: "Dr Martin Poulter is the past Wikimedian In Residence ...
Why Stop at Open? Using qualitative, sociological, restricted access data in the Timescapes archive as a training resource
7-minute presentation given by Rachel E. Proudfoot of the University of Leeds at RepoFringe 2016, in the 24x7 "Making a Difference with Data" session.
Using Hydra to Model Sustainable Collections
Presentation made by Chris Awre of the University of Hull as part of a panel discussion at RepoFringe 2016: "Sustaining content and collections: open educational resources, open access, open data'".
Open.Ed – OER and Open Knowledge at the University of Edinburgh
Open.Ed (http://open.ed.ac.uk/) is the University of Edinburgh’s Open Educational Resources (OER) Service which supports staff and students to engage with the use and creation of OER and open knowledge to enhance the quality ...