OPAL case study 18: Art, Design & Media OER project, Brighton, Cumbria & University of the Creative Arts, UK

The HEA Art, design & Media Subject Centre, based in the University of Brighton, OER project is...

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OPAL
30 April 2010

The HEA Art, design & Media Subject Centre, based in the University of Brighton, OER project is part of a UK-wide initiative to support existing institutional repositories and also deliver multi-discipline, and cross-institutional, open-source teaching and learning materials in higher education through the JorumOpen central repository. 

 The ADM-OER project aims to:

  • Review current institutional and departmental policies, practices and procedures relating to the ownership, use and development of digital learning and teaching resources in art, design and media higher education.
  • Establish effective guidelines to support the continuing release of open access educational resources.
  • To make a significant number of existing learning resources freely available through institutional digital repositories and JISc’s JorumOpen.

The ADM-OER Project is being undertaken in association with two art, design and media institutions: University of the Arts London; and the University for the Creative Arts and one university faculty: the Faculty for the Arts, Cumbria University. The consortium partners, who have gone some way in the development of institutional digital repositories, will together share their expertise and knowledge of processes in order to release a wide range of educational resources produced by their departments of art, design and media... 

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