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These are the interviews and documentaries published by students at the University of Leeds as part of their work in the module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES). You can find other resources, such as class materials, presentations or academic references in other folders and resources in HumBox. There is another collection of interviews of emigres who left Spain between the 1930's to the 1960's published by the HumBox team: http://humbox.ac.uk/3790/
Artículo divulgativo sobre el proyecto OpenLIVES (Learning Insights from the Voices of Émigrés)
Powerpoint presentation and link to abstract of the peer-reviewed paper Piloting Employer Engagement in OERs Repositories: A new approach to curricular employability in HE; This paper was presented in the apt2012 Employer Engagement in a Digital Age Conference at the University of Greenwich on the 4th of July. It outlines some of the research findings of the second part of the SCORE OU-funded project "Review and Endorsement of OERs by Graduate-Recruiting Employers "in HumBox"
I gave this presentation at 'OERs and Languages' an HEA/OER seminar held at UCLAN, on 1st June, 2012. I talked about how LLAS community OER projects have led to an understanding of how engaging with open practice can lead to professional development in explicit ways (through impact of work on an external audience) and more subtle ways (through reflection, collaboration and review). Download the ppt file to edit and reuse.
These videos were filmed during a two day workshop looking at open education resources issues such as peer review/commenting, quality, copyright held as part of the HumBox project 2009/10
I gave this presentation at the LLAS event for new staff 'Life and work in Academia,' 12th April, 2012, at Aston University. It gives an introduction into concepts of open educational resources and why engaging with openness is a good thing.
Powerpoint to use in plagiarism lesson
This sheet is designed for use with the following items Powerpoint called Learning Not to Plagiarise Using 'Turnitin’ and ‘Humbox’ Sarah Hayes Video demonstrating plagiarism detection using the Turn It In online service with thanks to the creator: Mr Robert Toole Examples of plagiarism:in Archaeology Referencing & Bibliographies - Learning Unit 5 with thanks to the creator: Mr Brett Lucas
The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The event also included a session on copyright and IPR. The recorded highlights of this are available here, in wmv format. The discussions include presentations from the digital rights officers on the project and discussions on the issue of copyright amongst participants.
This rough-and-ready powerpoint was put together by Alison Dickens and myself for OER10, when we had to rapidly stand in for our colleague who was unwell.
This presentation was given by me at the Open Learning Conference, Nottingham University, 25th November, 2009. It details the development of the HumBox project up to that point in time.