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HEAopenlives-workshop-23May2012

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).

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Collaborative working using open research data to create OERs for the humanities

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).

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OpenLIVES Pedagogy

This is a document, uploaded as a PDF and as a ppt, outlining the main points of the presentation given at the HEA-funded OpenLIVES workshop at the University of Southampton (LLAS) on the 23rd of May 2012. During the presentation some educational principles and practices emerging from the OpenLIVES experience were discussed, including the idea of student as an author and transacademic life skills. This presentation is the basis for the second part of the OpenLIVES presentation of the July 2012 LLAS Symposium in Edinburgh given in conjunction with Kate Borthwick, from LLAS in Southampton.

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OER Workshop and Seminar Series introduction (HEA)

PowerPoint presentation introducing the OER workshop and seminar series, May 23rd 2012.

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Evacuee children from the Spanish Civil War: student-produced OERs

OERs for content and language integrated learning produced by 2nd year students at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth,using research data documenting the experience of Evacuee children from the Spanish Civil War .

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Student oral progress report: Project on evacuee children from the Spanish Civil War

Progress report video extracts of 2nd year students at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth. Students report on their progress, challenges and perceived benefits of taking part in the production of OERs for content and language integrated learning using research data documenting the experience of Luis Germinal.

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Original In-class interview with Benita Mendiola Part 1

Original In-class interview with Benita Mendiola with students of 11-12-Exiles, Migrants and Citizens: Narrating and documenting displacement in contemporary Spain. Course Convenor and interviewer: Dr Alicia Pozo-Gutiérrez

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Preterito o Imperfecto

Power point created by Ab-initio students of Spanish with sound extracts from an interview to Benita Mendiola, Niña de Rusia. This Power Point illustrates and contrasts the uses of the preterit and imperfect tense in Spanish. This task was a preparation task to complete Assignment 3; an interview.

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Interview in Spanish with Benita Mendiola

Extract of 3 minutes of a interview of 90 minutes to Benita Mendiola, carried out by students of Unit Exiles, Migrants and Citizens: Narrating and documenting displacement in contemporary Spain. Course Convenor and interviewer: Dr Alicia Pozo-Gutiérrez, 2009-2010

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Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (SPPO3640)

This is the module outline of a new course that will be taught at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Leeds from September 2012. This course is aimed at Final Year students of all our Spanish BA's. It has been designed as part of the University of Leeds' contribution to the JISC-funded OpenLIVES Project, in collaboration with the University of Southampton and the University of Portsmouth. You can also find a blog entry discussing the rationale for methodologies chosen. The module combines research-based learning and professional/life skills and allows students to be real producers of cultural critical knowledge.

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OpenLIVES Spanish emigre interviews - Corsino

This is the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Corsino Fernandez Garcia, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd July, 2008. It is in English and is in three parts. It features Corsino talking about his early life and experiences as a child refugee during and after the Spanish civil war. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Contextualising and introducing an oral history interview: OpenLIVES Autonomous Learning Activity

This is the advanced draft of a new autonomous learning activity presented as part of the OpenLIVES JISC-funded project. It will be used in the 23rd of may 2012 HEA OpenLIVES workshop at the University of Southampton. The activity can be repurposed and modified according to your students' needs. It can work well for undergraduate students of History, Modern Languages and Cultures or Social Sciences. The link to the audio clip has not been included in the sheet, as it is up to the tutor to decide which audio clip interview students will work on. This activity is meant to be used for audio cilips of the OpenLIVES collection, but can also be used with any other oral history podcasts. One of the main feature of the activity is that it introduces students to audience differentiation and student cultural production. The other key feature is that the activity raises awareness on key life skills. That way the activity can provide students with a research-based non-academic experience that connects them to the world of work and life in general.

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Images: 'Los Ninos' 75th Anniversary Commemoration

These photos were taken on 12th May, 2012, at the University of Southampton, at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the arrival of Spanish child refugees in Southampton. The event was attended by over 200 refugees and their families, as well as Spanish and Basque dignitaries, students and members of the public. It was a day of memories, emotion, history and warmth. There were many documents on display, which had been collected largely by the Basque Children's Association, and on this day, the Association officially handed their archive over to the University for safe-keeping.

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Video, interview and image of traditional Basque dancers

This resource comprises a short video, two recorded interviews and an image of traditional Basque dancers at an event which took place on 12th May, 2012, at the University of Southampton. This event commemorated the arrival in Southampton, 75 years ago, of child refugees from Spain, who were fleeing the civil war. This group of Basque dancers took part in the event, which was attended by dignitaries from Spain and the Basque regional government. Interviews were conducted in Spanish. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Student interviews: studying history in action

These interviews were recorded on 12th May, 2012, at an event marking the 75th anniversary of the arrival in Southampton of child refugees from Bilbao. Interviews were conducted by Pedro Garcia-Guirao during the event. The first interview, with Elena, is in English. The subsequent interviews, with Lloyd and Johnny, are in Spanish. All three students talk about the event and the experience of studying Spanish history and of meeting, in person, individuals who played a role in that history. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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