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Author Archives: Phil Barker
On 5 August I gave a presentation about Delores Selections with the above title to the CETIS Advances in Open Systems for Learning Resources workshop at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe meeting. Below is the powerpoint presentation I used and the … Continue reading
I spent some time last month training sux0r to recognise what is and isn’t relevant to design engineering, and also to recognise what is relevant to each of the top level topics in the SEED curriculum that we are using … Continue reading
Unfortunately none of us could attend the HE Academy’s annual conference, but we were able to send a poster. Here’s an image of the poster; click on it to get the (higher quality) pdf version.
The static collection, Delores Selections is hosted on a WordPress installation. The rationale for this was that we could write a description of each resource as a WordPress post and WP plus existing plugins would give us lots of goodness … Continue reading
We decided we needed to move to something a little more user-friendly than the default names of “static” and “dynamic” for the names of the two collections that the Delores project is building. So we are thinking of: Delores Selections … Continue reading
For the static collection part of the Delores project we will be creating WordPress posts that describe and preview OERs that have been selected from various well-known sources as being particularly useful for engineering design. This is a first cut … Continue reading
Background: Chris McMahon is the Delores project director. He has a great deal of experience in the management and presentation of information for design engineering and in selecting and using online learning materials, but this project is his introduction to … Continue reading
I gave a short overview of Delores at the Locate Collate and Aggregate session of the JISC CETIS conference. Here is the powerpoint presentation: Cetis10lca View more presentations from Phil Barker