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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'".