Posted by Ed Bremner ⋅ September 6, 2012
The Disciplinary Thinking Team are delighted to announce the final release of over 40 Open Educational Resources developed to support courses and events on learning and teaching in higher education.
These materials are the equivalent of 300 study hours of Masters Level resources, all released under the Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike license: CC-BY-SA.
Delivered mainly as MS Word documents and MS Powerpoint presentations, the materials are flexible and adaptable and we encourage you to use them as they are, or if you prefer, modify them for your own best use.
The materials were developed by our Educational Developers: Dr Jane Hughes and Dr Colleen McKenna from HEDERA with feedback and input from colleagues nationally and internationally.
The resources are hosted by the University of Bath and can be accessed here on this blogsite and JORUM with the keyword = discthink
- Academic Identity and Disciplinarity
- Evaluating E-learning
- Learning Spaces
- Student E-learning Experiences
- Textual Practices
- Threshold Concepts
Although the project is now in the process of winding up, we will be keeping this blogsite live and encourage you to feedback to us your thoughts on the resources.
Thank you for all your support during the project.
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