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A synthesis of our work on Open Educational Resources can be found in the book
"Into the wild – Technology for open educational resources"
|Open Educational Resources|
|UKOER Programme support|
|CETIS UKOER mini projects|
|CETIS/UKOLN OER Hack Days|
|UKOER projects in PROD|
|UKOER synthesis & summary|
|CETIS OER papers|
|CETIS OER events|
|CETIS/UKOLN OER Hack Days:|
|- Bookmarking tools for OER|
|- Generating Paradata from mediawiki|
|- Wordpress widgets/plugins|
|- A Google CSE for course directories|
|- SWORD desktop app|
|- Email-based deposit plugin for SWORD|
|- JS widget to Wookie widget|
|- Metadata Extraction Tools|
|- PORSCHE thoughts|
|- Document Import/Export Service|
|- OER Playlist picker|
|- Additions to OERbit|
|- Prototyping a new OERca|
An idea from the CETIS UKOLN OER Hack Days
News: Manchester Wordpress hackers table have created a wiki page for knowledge around OER and WordPress - http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/OER_Wordpress_Plugins What we actually did at the event:
Code will be available under GPL via a github page and screencast videos will be linked from here and sent to lists
WordPress has great potential for presenting OERs. It gives you good web presence, category views, RSS feeds, simple search of the whole collection, widgets to bring in stuff from other sources and, if you want them, plugins for some DC metadata, CC, OAI-PMH data provision and RDFa.
But there is plenty of scope to do more.
Classdroid is an example of a Android application for Wordpress that is used to capture progression and evidence of a pupils progression with the ultimate goal of creating an easy to manage eportfolio.
Default interface tweeks to make posting easier
Tracking from wordpress
Iframe site to site cross oer use
Aggregating feeds of OER using RSS aggregators
Plugins that search into FlickrCC and present results in a grid or list
Phil Barker - can describe requirements, provide feedback.
Peter Robinson from http://openspires.oucs.ox.ac.uk  - can describe some ideas, some example plugins ( an RSS plugin that searches against the OER aggregator Xpert and displays results as RSS [GPL developed by Simon W] and provide some OER RSS feeds to play with ...