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1 1 Collaborating on Learning Objects in Social Science for Unlimited (online) Study Jim Everett University of Strathclyde

2 2 Partners Learning Services, University of Strathclyde Falkirk College of Further and Higher Education Fife College of Further and Higher Education Stevenson College Edinburgh Stow College of Further and Higher Education Western Colleges Consortium

3 3 Aims 40 learning objects appropriate to the new SQA HN Social Science framework identification of primary sources repurposing into learning objects reuse in partner colleges reuse in English colleges reuse in other contexts

4 4 Aims Workflow models analysis of change common patterns and significant factors models of best practice

5 5 Subject Areas Initial expressions of interest psychology history economics womens studies politics sociology

6 6 Experience Base (partners) Subject Specialist Staff little experience e-Learning Support Teams common VLE learning object authoring tools CAA and quizzes training and development Students well established induction programmes

7 7 Experience Base (Strathclyde) Track record in e-Learning projects Access to services JISC Legal TOIA RELOAD Project management and support

8 8 Current Activity Subject Specialist orientation and familiarisation Support Team orientation and training Benchmarking current workflows Learning Object specification pedagogy structure design interoperability standards Resource identification

9 9 Current Activity (project stuff) Website (design) Project team collaborative space Steering Group Consortium agreements etc.

10 10 COLOSSUS Jim Everett


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