The changing role of Jorum: sharing using JorumOpen and JorumUK
Jan 19, 2010
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Just announced: Jorum has now opened up for the sharing of resources through JorumOpen. "JorumOpen - released today - provides free access to a growing collection of open educational resources, for all to benefit worldwide, via Jorum's trusted source of designated learning and teaching resources. This latest collection contains and hosts a range of high quality resources, and we encourage further deposit of open materials, to feature alongside resources such as the entries submitted to the 2009 Jorum Learning and Teaching competition." There is also a Deposit Chooser to help you ubmit materials. Total: 931
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