Why, why, why DELILA

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Presentation of the DELILA (Developing Educators' Learning and Information Literacy for Accreditation) presentation at the University of Birmingham's Teaching and Learning Conference, June 2011.

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  • 1. Why, why, why DELILA? Developing Educators Learning and Information Literacy for Accreditation Ann-Marie James Library Services, University of Birmingham [email_address] Why?
  • 2. Overview
    • JISC / HEA-funded
    • Open Educational Resources (OER) phase II
    • Part of the OMAC (Open Materials for ACcreditation) strand
      • http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ourwork/teachingandlearning/oer/phase2?tabIndex=2tab3
    • Led by LSE; Birmingham - partner
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  • 3. In the beginning
    • Audit of existing Information Literacy (IL) material
      • We keep IL materials created by Subject Advisors on webCT; also items from projects such as: How Do I website
      • http://www.library.bham.ac.uk/searching/infoskills/howdoi.shtml , Brum project
      • http://www.library.bham.ac.uk/searching/infoskills/Brum.shtml etc
      • LSE Digital Literacy (DL); UB Information Literacy
      • Range of formats powerpoint, pdf, webct, webpages, turning point etc
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  • 4. Mapping to the PG Cert
    • All Postgraduate Certificates in Higher Education (PG Certs) are underpinned by the Professional Skills Framework (PSF) http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ourwork/universitiesandcolleges/accreditation/ukpsf
    • We chose resources of particular relevance to the PG Cert (19 items)
    • Mapped these to specific modules in our PG Cert and to specific sections of the PSF.
    • 2 worked examples
      • eg Module on Educational Enquiry number of resources could be useful eg Captivate demo on literature searching, keeping-to-date webct course, endnote workbook
    • Aim of mapping to increase transferability and re-use
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  • 5. OER checks and resource conversion
    • Based on CORRE framework (Content. Re-Use and Repurpose. Evidence.)
      • http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/beyond-distance-research-alliance/projects/otter
    • Key changes:
      • Third party content replaced with placeholder
      • Adding Creative Commons licence http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/results.aspx?qu = creative+commons
      • Adding metadata (keywords and HEA tags)
      • Additional formats eg pdf
  • 6. Customising the repository
    • IRs increase the visibility and accessibility of material. Use of eprints software (open source) common in UK
    • OER customisation:
      • Additional metadata for OERs
        • Based on UKLOM standard
        • 7 Pillars, UKPSF
        • CC licence
        • JACS - JORUM requirements
      • Presentation
        • Layout improved to show key OER metadata at a glance
        • Improved previews
        • Thumbnails of PDFs and Office docs displayed automatically
        • Change font size options
        • Web 2.0 export options
  • 7. Old style record
  • 8. New record display
  • 9. New List display
  • 10. Next steps
    • Investigate SWORD (Simple Web-service offering Repository Deposit) to upload to JORUM
    • Ask librarians and Educational developers to evaluate the OERs
    • Continue to liaise with PG Cert re: embedding IL and DL
    • Encourage use of repository for teaching resources
    • Continue debate around benefits of, and processes for OERs
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  • 11. Lesson learned and issues
    • Improve creator workflow
      • Keep IL/DL material in a single place
      • Make OER considerations such as embedding CC information etc, early on
      • Individuals to submit their best material regularly
    • IPR issue ongoing
    • Frameworks, CC licences still developing
    • Re-using LSE/UoB material
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  • 12. Many thanks to:
    • UB project team:
      • Nancy Graham / Ann-Marie James
      • Lisa Anderson
      • Catherine Robertson
      • Jill Russell (and Ed Craft from IT Services)
      • Liz Cleaver (PG Cert, CLAD)
      • DELILA blog for ongoing update: http://delilaopen.wordpress.com/
      • Launch event 26 July, London.

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