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1 OER in the context of the curriculum: conjuring dynamic richly contextualized OER, with easy aggregation and augmentation, without ever moving from the learning environment… Suzanne Hardy Simon Cotterill James Outterside John Peterson Lindsay Wood Patrick Lockley Sarah Currier Justin Ball Session 228 ALT-C 2012

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4 Crossing the chasm: Marketing and selling high-tech products to mainstream customers (GA Moore, 2002)

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8 UKOER 1, 2,3 OOER PORSCHE ACTOR OER bookmarking PublishOER RIDLR SupOERGlue © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

9 + Curriculum delivery and design: dynamic learning maps eLearning embedding benefits: embedding benefits of dynamic learning maps © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

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11 © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by https://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk/blog/post/dlms-as-a-substrate-for-academic-content/

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24 RIDLR Project – technical summary Return Paradata LR Node DLM Harvest Data /Paradata Lead developer for RIDLR: James Outterside Project blog posts: Project source code: guithub (see blog) Simplified overview: © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

25 Achieved Work with LR API Query by tag Query by ID/URL Working with returned JASON/XML Harvest / refresh local copy of data in DLM (slice method - based on tags) Example of search results showing both ‘native’ and LR content Submit paradata from DLM (incl use of LRSignature) RIDLR Project – technical summary © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

26 SupOERGlue – technical summary Customise and embed sequences of OERs OER Glue OER Glue DLM Share Resources / paradata Lead developer for SupOERGlue: John Peterson Project blog posts: Simplified overview: © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

27 OER Glue became: Achieved API using ‘TastyPie’ (Phython/Django) OAI-PMH feed into Open Tapestry – (test feed = ) LTI feed, with Oauth, to embed Open Tapestry (investigative) SupOERGlue – technical summary Learning Tools Interoperability OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

28 Ongoing Update DLM public demonstrator with RIDLR and SupOER work, including : Harvested resources from Jlearn Feed back paradata from DLM to Jlearn Option to embed OER sequences from Open Tapestry Access via social sign-on Issues / Learning Resources sometimes out of context for tag/topic title Paradata – diverse rating systems Ongoing work by partners / Changing landscape Ongoing work by LR to synchronise nodes Changes at OER Glue – now ‘Open Tapestry’ RIDLR / SupOERGlue Projects technical summary © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

29 Acknowledgements Simon Cotterill, Newcastle University Justin Ball, Tatamae Sarah Currier, Jorum, University of Manchester Pat Lockley, University of London Jo Masterson, Higher Education Academy Tony McDonald, Newcastle University James Outterside, Newcastle University John Peterson, Newcastle University Dan Plummer, Newcastle University Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University Amber Thomas & David Kernohan, JISC Lindsay Wood, Newcastle University © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by

30 twitter.com/glittrgirl skype: glitt3rgirl © 2012 Newcastle University, Suzanne Hardy & Simon Cotterill cc-by skype: simon.j.cotterill

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