Dissemination presentations on the work of OpenLIVES
This collection brings together a selection of presentations on the work of the JISC-funded OpenLIVES project. These presentations were given at conferences and dissemination events by the project team.
|Added On:||16 Apr 2013 16:00|
|Creators:||Ms Kate Borthwick|
|Tags:||openlives, spanish history, migration, jisc, oer, ukoer, oral history, spanish, spain, exile|
I gave this presentation at the OER13 conference, on 26th March 2013. It is an outline of the activities and findings of the amazing OpenLIVES project. Find OpenLIVES interviews at www.humbox.ac.uk/3790 and look at the Openlives group to find more resources.
This presentation was given by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez and Irina Nelson at the 7th annual LLAS elearning symposium, 27th January, 2012. It describes the work of the JISC OpenLIVES project which plans to publish research data as open content, then create and embed OERs relating to that content into teaching.
This ppt outlines the programme and activities for a workshop funded under the HEA/OER seminar series. It was held on 23rd May, 2012, at the University of Southampton, and featured dissemination of research and teaching on the OpenLIVES project (JISC).
This is the ppt presentation shown at the Edinburgh Conference of 2012. It outlines some of the key aspects of this collection of digitalised research data and some educational principles and practices emerging from the OpenLIVES experience. OpenLIVES is an OER project funded by JISC.
This is a powerpoint presentation with external links, academic references and drawings. It is used in a class with Year 1 students in the module SPPO 1180 "Skills and Issues in Spanish Portuguese and Latin American Studies" at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Leeds. It is in Spanish. It introduces students to the OpenLIVES collection as an OER project on Oral History and Education which adds an alternative methodology for the recovery, understanding and socialisation of history in Spain during the Civil War and the Franco Regime, with a focus on migration.
This ppt was prepared for a workshop funded under the HEA/OER seminar series. It was held on 23rd May, 2012, at the University of Southampton, and featured the ways in which OERs were created by students of Year 1 and Year 4 of Spanish Studies at the University of Southampton as part of the dissemination of research and teaching on the OpenLIVES project (JISC).
Irina Nelson gave this presentation at the EdMedia 2012 conference, ‘OERs from OpenLIVES’, on the 28th June 2012. This presentation describes the primary data of the OpenLIVES JISC founded project and presents examples of OERs created by teachers and students of the various universities involved in this project. It also explains how OERs have been created through collaborative work between students of the University of Southampton and the University of Portsmouth. The presentation has notes written in each slide to facilitate communication of content while being read online.