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OER release: Overview of partner deposits

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This page provides additional information about resources deposited within the cascade project, including an overview of pedagogical approaches and motivations.


Teaching resources deposited into Jorum

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol / Bangor University partner

Cyflwyniad i Ddulliau Ymchwil (Research  methods)


Welsh Medium resource designed to provide a set of resusable and repurposable resources for students and lecturers to introduce research methods.

Dulliau Ymchwil Meintiol (Quantitative Research Methods)


This course is a set of reusable and repurposable Welsh medium resources designed to introduce students to the use of Excel and SPSS in quantitative research methods.

Teesside University partner

Doing Policy


Understanding Public Management


Both modules were created as part of the Foundation degree in Community Governance and Public Sector Management, a course delivered by the Politics team at the University of Huddersfield between 2002 and 2009. The repurposing and publication of these learning materials as part of the OER project has been approved by the University of Huddersfield.

 The course was designed and delivered in partnership with local authority employers and third sector organisations.

University Centre Blackburn College partner

Creativity for edupunks


“Creativity for Edupunks” is a pbwiki-based resource aimed at HE in FE staff that comprises of eleven activity-based sessions, covering issues related to identifying, locating, releasing and putting OERs into curriculum, understanding the concept of “openness” as well as pedagogical issues around student engagement and in particular innovative assessment. This resource seeks to develop OER literacy and encourage the use, reuse and subsequent production of such resources, putting forward ‘anarchogogy’ as a pedagogical position. In its entirety, it is intended to be a staff development programme for lecturers working at HE in FE institutions but its composite parts can be individually used by anyone interested in different approaches to teaching and learning.  


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