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The ReJiG project: issues around discovery and re-use from Jorum. Rachel Wood & Nancy Graham March 2009. ReJiG. Background and brief outline of project Access to Jorum  Promotion of Jorum to academics Searching and taxonomy Metadata Conclusions. Re purposing from J orum i nto G EL

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the rejig project issues around discovery and re use from jorum

The ReJiG project: issues around discovery and re-use from Jorum

Rachel Wood & Nancy Graham March 2009

rejig
ReJiG
  • Background and brief outline of project
  • Access to Jorum 
  • Promotion of Jorum to academics
  • Searching and taxonomy
  • Metadata
  • Conclusions
background to rejig objectives
Repurposingfrom Jorum into GEL

Guide to Effective Learning website www.gel.bham.ac.uk

Identifying gaps

Promote Jorum to academics through:

Searching Jorum for relevant material and document process

Alumni funded

Up to 10 learning objects to support study skills

Background to ReJiG/Objectives
searching and taxonomy
Searching and taxonomy
  • Taxonomies
  • Search functionality
metadata
Metadata
  • Contextualisation
  • Re-purposing instructions
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Potential to be widely used resource
  • Needs to be easier to access
  • LOs need more contextualisation
  • Material needs to be re-purposable
further information
Further information
  • Project blog:
    • http://brumproject.blogspot.com
  • Project web-site
    • http://www.gel.bham.ac.uk/ReJIG.shtml
  • Nancy Graham n.graham.1@bham.ac.uk
  • Rachel Wood r.wood@bham.ac.uk