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  1. RepRODUCE Reuse of Learning Content

  2. Start up meeting – February 20 2008 Your Programme Manager Lou McGill JISC 3rd Floor Beacon House Bristol BS8 1QU This presentation: About JISC eLearning About this programme About programme support Project plans Websites Reporting Project Meetings

  3. The JISC eLearning Development Team Images: JISC and Public Domain

  4. Learning Resources and Activities • Sharing and re-use of resources to support learning • JISC Digitisation Programme • Digital Libraries in the Classroom • Exchange for Learning (x4l) • Designing for Learning – Pedagogic planners • Scottish eLearning Transformation Programme • Synthesis study and infokit • JORUM

  5. RepRODUCE • Improving access to: • appropriate, high quality learning/teaching materials • Flexible learning systems and tools • Utilising existing content • Not re-inventing the wheel

  6. RepRODUCE Project • (English Literature) TALL – Oxford University • (Study skills & information literacy) SMILE – Worcester University • (Research methods) Online Research Methods Module – University of the West of England • (Psychology) Research methods and statistics in Psychology – Heythrop College, UL • Re-usable Environment, Poverty and Health – University of Chester • (Professional Development) Re-FORM – Edge Hill University • (Professional Development) BL4ACE – Thames Valley University • (Management) REGEN-1 – Bolton University • Using digital resources in learning in HE – Hull University • (Business & others) Introduction to advertising – Coventry University

  7. RepRODUCE Projects • (Computing & Mathematics) Quality reaggregation of learning objects to introduce the www and multimedia – Manchester Metropolitan University • (Research methods) Development of a common spine – Coventry University • (Mathematics) Proactive Maths support – Coventry University • (Medicine & Healthcare) Repurposing Existing Virtual Partients (REVIP) – St Georges, UL • (Pharmacy) Biology of pain – University of Central Lancashire • (Business) Revolve - University of Central Lancashire • (Professional Education) ATLAS - University of Central Lancashire • (healthcare and biosciences) ADAPT - University of Central Lancashire • (Applied Technology & Finance) Making numbers stack up – Leeds Metropolitan University

  8. RepRODUCE Project requirements (from Circular) • Projects are expected to allocate ten person-days per year to engage in programme-level activities. In particular, all projects are expected to: • Be aware of and, where appropriate, work closely with other related JISC-funded projects; • Attend relevant JISC-CETIS special interest groups and other appropriate meetings. • The programme manager will provide guidance to funded projects on which meetings and other projects are likely to be relevant. Images: institutional websites

  9. What JISC gives you… Money Links to other JISC funded work JISCmail list for programme Feedback on materials Advice and guidance Access to training and development opportunities Responses to queries Documentation templates Image: wysz@flickr

  10. Project management support • Project Management Guidelines available electronically at • The Guidelines provide initial advice on project planning, project management, the relationships between JISC programmes and projects, evaluation, and dissemination.

  11. Project plans The project plan confirms and expands upon the material in your proposal, and explains in detail how you will carry out the work involved. Using the provided template this plan should be completed and approved by me by 14th March. Project plans will be made available online. example plan template You will be reporting against your project plan. Image: google image search

  12. Reporting Required reports Why? Public funds (audit requirement) To appropriately promote To see how you are getting on To offer appropriate support 1 interim report or regular blog final report project plan appropriate templates provided DATE Feb 08 August 08 Mar 09 EVENT start-up completion Interim report project report REPORT Project plan

  13. Websites • - overview of project (template available) - project plan (when available) - final reports (when available) • - link to project website • - link to programme website, support info etc. • - Link to CASPER website project website - hosted by institution - materials and reports - news and events (rss feed please) - project aims and objectives - methodology - planned outcomes - project partners - contact details - anything else

  14. Programme meetings We have “booked” dates for programme level meetings and development activities all the way through to 2009. Not all of these dates will be used, and not all of these will be compulsory. You will be informed well in advance regarding the content of each meeting, and are invited to suggest themes for future meetings We have more than we think we will use – just in case! image used with permission: ©yuffie9852@flickr

  15. The rest of this meeting… 10.15 Welcome, introductions, information Lou McGill, JISC 11.00 Introduction to CASPER - Copyright Advice & Support Project for E-learning Resources Liam Earney, JISC Collections 11.10 Break – refreshments 11.20 CASPER - how it will run, what to expect. Liam Earney and Caren Milloy, JISC Collections 12.00 Copyright Clearence Kate Vasili, Middlesex, University 12.30 Lunch13.30 Evaluation and Peer review Lou McGill, JISC 13.45 Project networking All – refreshments available from 14.00 14.15 whatever we want to do 14.45 Case study – Digitisation project 15.15 Ways of sharing resources Sheila MacNeill, CETIS 15.45 Questions and summing up Lou Mcgill, JISC 16.00 Close