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Research Data Management for Your Research Project
This presentation is designed to introduce the fundamentals of Research Data Management (RDM). It covers aspects including how to plan for RDM to the creation, storage and dissemination of data. An exercise is also provided for researchers to write a Data Management Plan (DMP). This presentation was originally derived from an induction session for Masters students as part of a course in Sustainable Heritage; the 1-hour induction session was run by the Research Data Management team from Library Services.

Shared with the World by Dr Ruth Wainman

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and post-imperial identities
This talk discussed the impact of the demise of the British empire upon identities within the UK in the narrow majority for the Leave campaign in the 2016 UK referendum on EU membership. A comparative dimension was also pursued, with analysis of the Roman empire - which inspired many aspects of British imperialism - shedding further light on the politics of identity in colonial and post-colonial contexts.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: Psychoanalysis in the Age of Post-Truth: Panel Discussion
As part of the 2017-18 research theme on ‘Lies’, the IAS welcomed an interdisciplinary panel discussion about the role of psychoanalysis in the age of post-truth.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: Defamation - A Roundtable on Lies and the Law
As part of this year’s research theme on ‘Lies’, the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a panel discussion on the present and future of defamation law. How can the law best protect rights of speech and of privacy in a digital age? Has the Defamation Act of 2013 allowed for the publication of truths, opinions honestly held, or speech in the public interest? How has a new standard of harm respected the rights of the claimants and defendants in practice?

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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Vulnerability, Viability and the Life of AIDS
The Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a conversation with Elisabeth Lebovici to discuss her new book Ce que le sida m'a fait: art et activisme à la fin du XXe siècle (‘What AIDS has done to me. Art and Activism at the End of the 20th Century’, Zurich: JRP Ringier, 2017).

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Stupid Shame
This talk considered the vulnerability of those assigned to a category which most human groups treat with angry revulsion: the stupid. Professor Steven Connor will suggest that stupidity is more tightly than ever twinned with shame in our growing epistemocracy. But if the power to shame is toxically potent, the condition of shame, though the most exquisitely painful form of vulnerability, may also harbour surprising, and dangerous powers of insurgence. Steven Connor is Grace 2 Professor of English and Fellow of Peterhouse in the University of Cambridge. From October 2018 he will be Director of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH). He is a writer, critic and broadcaster, who has published books on many topics, including Dickens, Beckett, Joyce, value, ventriloquism, skin, flies and air.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: Misinformed - A Roundtable on Social Media and the Shaping of Public Discourse
As part of its Lies research theme, the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a roundtable discussion on media and politics in the age of the viral post, troll farm and automated botnet.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Narratives of Vulnerability: Rethinking stories about the figure of the refugee in Europe
The role of vulnerability in relation to mechanisms of governance and social welfare practices has received growing interest, but how ‘vulnerability’ is operationalised in asylum policy is less well understood. This paper explores narratives of vulnerability in relation to the figure of the refugee in Europe.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Censorship
IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Censorship

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Law
The law is traditionally centered around the norm of an able-bodied, competent, independent, self-sufficient and autonomous man. This creates a legal systems which privileges the values of autonomy, privacy and bodily integrity.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: A Post-truth Take on Lying
Are the moral proscriptions against lying overrated?

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: Myths around the public sector and whose interests are served by the underlying lies
The false dichotomy between "the public sector" and "the private sector" leaves out the vital role that government has played - and must continue to play - in acting as financial backer and risk-taker in the most important innovations of our time that can help tackle the grand challenges facing us. Furthermore the lie ends up causing a situation by which risks are socialised while returns are privatised.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Lies: Art & Lies
In The Waiting Country: A South African Witness, published in 1995, Mike Nicol arrives at the core of this paper. ‘We lie to accommodate’, he says. ‘We lie because we think it does not matter. We lie because we think that in the face of so many years of misery, a lie that is for the good is not a lie at all. And we lie because we have no self-respect. We lie because we are victims. We lie because we cannot imagine ourselves in any other way’. Nicol wrote these words in the immediate aftermath of South Africa’s first free election, intuiting then, as we all do now, the era of post-truth, and the subsequent bankruptcy of global democracy. It is all the more ironic, therefore, that it is now, in this era of fakery, that South African art, or ‘Contemporary African Art’ more generally, should assume its global ascendancy. I will deliver this paper at the same time as 1-54, the largest trade fair committed to African Art in the northern hemisphere, is underway in London. What does this fascination with African art mean today? How real, or how cynical is its current appropriation and commodification? And what relevance does it possess today? Is it merely a new-fangled fetish, profoundly disingenuous in its inflation of the Idea of Africa? Is it a new cool exercise in miserabilism? Or is it a genuine attempt to overcome an inherited pathology? Ed Young’s barbed word-works – BLACK IN FIVE MINUTES and ALL SO FUCKING AFRICAN, exhibited at Frieze in New York in 2016 – suggest the fake instantaneity of a new consciousness, at the root of which lies a smug inflation of identity politics. Smug because – despite Pankaj Mishra’s just observation of ‘a widening abyss of race, class and education’ – it has assumed an unthinking, inviolable, and declamatory righteousness as it modus operandi. Art is not an exercise in art direction, it is not the sum of a problem but its displacement and overcoming. Art does not mirror existing pathology, it re-configures the possibility for its understanding. The best African art, therefore, rewires prevailing prejudices and needs, it alters the state of play and conditions for being – it emphatically refuses to lie. To do so it must challenge its relevance, refuse its commodification, rout out its cynical neo-liberal accommodation, junk its victimhood, and radically re-imagine itself differently. Lungiswa Gqunta’s exhibition, ‘Qwitha’ – first shown at Whatiftheworld in Cape Town in 2018 – is a brilliant instance of this shape-shift. For while it reflects the on-going fatal South African human condition, it asks us to distance ourselves from pain and suspend inflammatory rage. Aberrant and chilling, hers is the kind of conceptual-and-visceral art which institutes a radical moment in this corrupt time. For Gqunta the black body in pain is not, perforce, the oracle of truth. Hers, therefore, is precisely the kind of art which refuses the ubiquitous and unscrupulous persistence in lies.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Laughter: in a Post-ironic Turn - Sincerity and humour in contemporary expressions of irony
Thinkers from different disciplines such as literature, arts and architecture, have shown dissatisfaction with the pervasive contemporary use of irony: laughing at everything, and avoiding seriousness, accountability and any sort of commitment to what is expressed. There is an ongoing discussion in these disciplines about the nature of certain current artistic expressions that seem charged with irony and humour - sometimes due to the use of modern or postmodern aesthetics - but that in fact claim to be on the lookout for beauty, authenticity, sincerity, creativity, and love. Scholars have given many names to this attitude: new sincerity, post-irony, and post-postmodernism. We asked, is there room for laughter and humour in this turn? This panel discussed contemporary uses of irony and/or postirony through different modes of expression, and the roles that humour and the embodied expression of laughter play in them.

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Landscapes of Vulnerability - A conversation with artists Lola Frost and Edmund Clark
What is the relation of vulnerability to precarity, fragility and risk in the making of art? How might art make visible vulnerable states and subjects in ways that challenge conventional aesthetic, political and social categories, subverting existing hierarchies of power while staging quiet, yet potent, modes of dissent?

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: #MeToo - A Panel Discussion on Vulnerability and Visibility
The IAS Vulnerability Seminar Series hosted a panel that touched on the ways in which visibility can be empowering – exposing the reality of sexual violence, or giving a voice and platform to disadvantaged groups – but also how visibility can sometimes leave women and others vulnerable to various forms of harassment or abuse. This event was chaired by Allison Deutch (IAS, UCL).

Shared with the World by Albert Brenchat Aguilar

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JDI Open - Preregistrations
JDI open is an open science journal-club & peer-mentoring group at the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science. Our bi-weekly seminars provide the opportunity for students and staff at the department to learn about open science and discuss ideas to implement open science practices in their research. We recorded our session on pre-registrations for those who couldn't make it.

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Rubric for assessing internship vlogs
Rubric to assess internships/work-based learning through video-blog (vlog) submissions

Shared with the World by Prof Carl Gombrich

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La Divina Commedia: un itinerario d'Amore
This essay was submitted as part of the ITALG003 'Dante: Divina Commedia' module at University College London, part of the Italian Studies MA. The course was led by Prof. John Took and this assessed work by Serena Pacera is an example of teaching output from that module. Essay abstract: An excursus focusing on Dante’s notion of Love as the organising principle of the universe. The cases of three poignant characters of the Commedia (Francesca da Rimini, Manfredi and Piccarda Donati) are examined, starting from the relationship between “amore d’animo” and “amore naturale”, between free will and self-consciousness.

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Introduction to Open Education, OER, and what UCL is doing
This presentation for #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education introduces Open Education, what we mean by OER, and what UCL is doing. It was made available for the event on 5 and 6 November 2018 and is made available in open document format.

Shared with the World by June Hedges

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Technical and systems requirements for managing OER: Lessons from the open source software community
This presentation details the technical and systems requirements for managing OER based on examples from the open source software community. This was presented at #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November and the file is available in open document format.

Shared with the World by Dr David Pérez-Suárez

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Copyright, IPR, and licensing: challenges for Open Education
This presentation provides an overview of IPR (intellectual property rights) in relation to OER and was prepared for the #Learn 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November. The file is made available in open document format.

Shared with the World by Christopher Holland

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Case study/example of how teaching practitioners at UCL are integrating open practices
This presentation provides a case study of how OER was used to teach students in medical sciences and how students created educational output through a medical sciences module. This was presented at #Learn 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November and the file is available in open document format.

Shared with the World by Dr Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez

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Accessibility of OER
This presentation was given at #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November and discusses accessibility issues in relation to the creation of and distribution of OER. This file is in open document format.

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Repositories and metadata for open educational resources
This is a presentation summarising repositories and metadata for open educational resources and was prepared for the #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education event held on 5 and 6 November 2018. This file is in open document format.

Shared with the World by Leo Havemann

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Research data as OER
A presentation on how research data can be used as OER for the #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education event held on 5 and 6 November 2018. This file is in open document format.

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The challenges of measuring re-use and impact of OER
This presentation for #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education provides an overview of how reuse and impact metrics are used for citable publications and the challenges of using these standards for OER. All files are in open document format.

Shared with the World by Andrew Gray

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Quality mediation of OER
This five-minute presentation summarises issues related to mediating the quality of teaching resources and OER, including student-generated content. This file is in open document format.

Shared with the World by C. Yogeswaran

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#LearnHack 5.0 Open Education [creator track] programme materials
'#LearnHack 5.0 Open Education [creator track] programme materials' contains information resources which were distributed to participants during the event (on 5 and 6 November 2018). They include the programme information, team submission form, and the assessment form. All files are in open document format.

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Open Education at UCL: sharing and showcasing our educational output
Poster submission made to the 'Learning on and with the Open Web' conference - a Mozilla Festival fringe event - held in Coventry, UK on 25 October 2015 (http://conf.owlteh.org/contributions/published/open-education-at-ucl/). The poster summarises the work of the UCL Open Education project so far, plans for the following year, and the project’s goals and intended outcomes, including how openness/connectedness contributes to teaching and learning.

Shared with the World by C. Yogeswaran

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XML, Open Document source files
Zip (7z) file containing the Open Document Format files for the XML

Shared with the World by Simon Mahony

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Legal and Social Aspects of Electronic Publishing, Open Document source files
Zip (7z) file containing the Open Document Format files for the Legal and Social Aspects of Electronic Publishing collection

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Electronic Publishing, Open Document source files
Zip (7z) file containing the Open Document Format files for the Electronic Publishing collection

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Designing for Mobile Apps
This presentation contains material taken from a Master's level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London and several workshops run in Chinese Universities. For more details and the rest of the collection see the cover sheet at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/55/

Shared with the World by Simon Mahony

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Development and Planning in African Cities: Week 4
Steps from the fourth week of Development and Planning in African Cities, a FutureLearn course jointly delivered by UCL and Njala University.

Shared with the World by Stroud Joanna

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Development and Planning in African Cities: Week 3
Steps from the third week of Development and Planning in African Cities, a FutureLearn course jointly delivered by UCL and Njala University.

Shared with the World by Stroud Joanna

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Development and Planning in African Cities: Week 2
Steps from the second week of Development and Planning in African Cities, a FutureLearn course jointly delivered by UCL and Njala University.

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Development and Planning in African Cities: Week 1
Steps from the first week of Development and Planning in African Cities, a FutureLearn course jointly delivered by UCL and Njala University.

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Development and Planning in African Cities course materials
Course materials from the Development and Planning in African Cities free online course delivered on the FutureLearn platform: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/.

Shared with the World by Stroud Joanna

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Investigating Interdisciplinarity
A student-led exploration of interdisciplinarity. By UCL Arts and Sciences (BASc) students. Qualitative research interviews conducted by students with UCL staff to explore notions of interdisciplinarity.

Shared with the World by Sara Wingate-Gray

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Combined in Situ XAFS/DRIFTS B18 at Diamond Light Source [URL hyperlink to video file]
Video of the set-up of the UK Catalysis Hub experiment on Combined in Situ XAFS/DRIFTS at the Diamond Light Source, B18. Credit: UK Catalysis Hub and Ellie Dann, iCASE studentship in collaboration with Johnson Matthey.

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Open Data as Open Educational Resources: Case Studies of Emerging Practice
Case studies of the use of open data as open educational resources. This collection presents the stories of our contributors’ experiences and insights, in order to demonstrate the enormous potential for openly-licensed and accessible datasets (Open Data) to be used as Open Educational Resources (OER). Open Data is an umbrella term describing openly-licensed, interoperable, and reusable datasets which have been created and made available to the public by national or local governments, academic researchers, or other organisations. These datasets can be accessed, used and shared without restrictions other than attribution of the intellectual property of their creators. While there are various definitions of OER, these are generally understood as openly-licensed digital resources that can be used in teaching and learning. The first case study presents an approach to educating both teachers and students in the use of open data for civil monitoring via Scuola di OpenCoesione in Italy, and has been written by Chiara Ciociola and Luigi Reggi. The second case, by Tim Coughlan from the Open University, UK, showcases practical applications in the use of local and contextualised open data for the development of apps. The third case, written by Katie Shamash, Juan Pablo Alperin & Alessandra Bordini from Simon Fraser University, Canada, demonstrates how publishing students can engage, through data analysis, in very current debates around scholarly communications and be encouraged to publish their own findings. The fourth case by Alan Dix from Talis and University of Birmingham, UK, and Geoffrey Ellis from University of Konstanz, Germany, is unique because the data discussed in this case is self-produced, indeed ‘quantified self’ data, which was used with students as material for class discussion and, separately, as source data for another student’s dissertation project. Finally, the fifth case, presented by Virginia Power from University of the West of England, UK, examines strategies to develop data and statistical literacies in future librarians and knowledge managers, aiming to support and extend their theoretical understanding of the concept of the ‘knowledge society’ through the use of Open Data. http://education.okfn.org/open-data-as-open-educational-resources-case-studies-of-emerging-practice/ DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1590031

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Slowly scaling up from “proof-of-concept” in robotics for autism: the DE-ENIGMA project [URL hyperlink to video file]
Several existing projects have shown promise in using robot-assisted interventions for social and academic skills teaching with autistic children, including emotion recognition. Dr. Alyssa Alcorn presents The DE-ENIGMA Horizon2020 project, which seeks to extend and “scale up” the available evidence in this area, comparing a robot-focused and human-focused emotion teaching programme across a large sample of autistic children in London and Belgrade. These children (age 5-12), represent a wide range of ability and include many children with intellectual disabilities and limited language, who are often excluded from educational technology research. This talk will give some background on the rationale for using humanoid robots with autistic children, present some initial results from DE-ENIGMA’s first year of studies, and reflect on what we have learned—both with the robot, and in the associated background and qualitative work with schools, parents, and families.

Shared with the World by Dr Michelle Cannon

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Working towards a comprehensive instructional framework for CSCL support [URL hyperlink to video file]
Exploring the current and future structure of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), contrasting the Utopian and Dystopian outcomes if a comprehensive instruction framework is, or is not, introduced. Building on a recent position paper (Rummel, Walker & Aleven, 2016, Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 26(2), 784-795), Nikol Rummel argues against supporting collaborative learners in an overly simplistic manner and for CSCL support provided within a comprehensive instructional framework.

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Digital media, culture and education: theorising third space literacies [URL hyperlink to video file]
Dr. John Potter & Prof. Julian McDougall discuss everyday literacy practices with digital media. Sounds, images, and text onscreen are part of the lived experience of children from the earliest years, underscored by sounds, touch, and movement at home, in school, and through all the spaces in between in which they move. This talk explores the use of some key terms employed in recent work in the field (Potter & McDougall, 2017) including Dynamic Literacies as a way of framing all ‘literacy’, Third Spaces as a way of conceiving its locations and possibilities for shared meanings; Porous expertise as a way to think about the changing relationships around learning throughout the life-course.

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A magical noun: thinking critically about creativity [URL hyperlink to video file]
Seminar at the UCL Knowledge Lab by Dr. Mark Readman exploring the ways in which the concept of creativity is socially constructed, mobilised, and mythologised. At its simplest, creativity is a word used to describe certain kinds of activity. But these activities can be very different – a mental activity such as solving a mathematical problem or a physical activity such as making a sculpture, for example – which should make us question the coherence of the single word which accounts for them. ‘Creativity’ is a potent signifier, but what it signifies is slippery; it is a particular kind of problem – a problem of meaning rather than a problem of practice This talk examines some of the dominant versions of creativity – from Ken Robinson’s formulation of ‘having original ideas that have value’, to Csikszentmilhalyi’s notion of an alchemical phenomenon arising from a confluence of different factors – and puts them to the test in relation to some contemporary examples. Much research tends to treat creativity as a ‘thing’ and seeks to identify what ‘it’ is; I suggest that it is more critically rigorous to circumvent questions which seek equations for answers and to look, instead, at the factors which produce a sense of ‘things’ and which give them real effects. I argue, ultimately, that to think critically about creativity means asking what we talk about when we talk about creativity.

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Assessment, feedback and technology: contexts and case studies in Bloomsbury [PDF]
In 2014, the Bloomsbury Learning Environment (BLE) Consortium initiated a wide-ranging, two-year-long research and dissemination project focusing on the use of technology in assessment and feedback. Our aim was to understand and improve processes, practices, opportunities and tools available to the institutional members of the BLE Consortium. From the project, we produced three research papers investigating current practice and 21 case studies describing both technology-enabled pedagogy and technical development. Now presented as a free ebook, co-edited by Leo Havemann and Sarah Sherman, we offer the flavour of the variety and breadth of the BLE’s activities relating to the project theme as a contribution to the education sector’s widening conversation about the interplay of assessment, feedback, pedagogy and technology.

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External-facing assessments: a toolkit for staff [PDF]
Developed through an interdisciplinary collaboration between UCL Engineering and the Slade School of Fine Art, this toolkit provides guidance for HE staff who wish to create outward-facing student-generated educational materials.

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External-facing assessments: a toolkit for staff [ODT]
Developed through an interdisciplinary collaboration between UCL Engineering and the Slade School of Fine Art, this toolkit provides guidance for HE staff who wish to create outward-facing student-generated educational materials.

Shared with the World by Dr Nicholas Grindle

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Patrons and painters in Elizabethan and Stuart England - question sheet [PDF]
Questions related to referencing and citation from the 'Art and visual culture in early modern England' course. These questions aim to teach students how to correctly cite and reference different material types.

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Patrons and painters in Elizabethan and Stuart England - question sheet [ODT]
Questions related to referencing and citation from the 'Art and visual culture in early modern England' course, to be used as a Moodle quiz. These questions aim to teach students how to correctly cite and reference different material types.

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Getting started with Audacity: record with a microphone
Short tutorial which demonstrates how to record sound using the freely downloadable software ‘Audacity’ (https://www.audacityteam.org/download/). This video is used on the Initial Teacher Education course at the UCL Institute of Education (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/ioe/technology-classroom).

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Getting started with Audacity: import, mix, and export audio
Short tutorial which demonstrates how to import and mix audio using the freely downloadable software ‘Audacity’ (https://www.audacityteam.org/download/). This video is used on the Initial Teacher Education course at the UCL Institute of Education (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/ioe/technology-classroom).

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VirtualDutch study packs
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DHOER teaching materials
This is a collection of bi-lingual teaching resources adapted from the DHOER teaching materials taken from the UCL Department of Information Studies.

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DHOER teaching materials - full
This is the zip file for the DHOER teaching materials taken from the UCL Department of Information Studies.

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Adding style to webpages with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Internet Technologies, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about adding style to webpages with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).

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Introduction to HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Internet Technologies, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is an introduction to HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), HTML structure, elements, rules, etc.

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User-centred design
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about user-centred design.

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Information architecture (IA) and user experience (UX) design
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about the information architecture (IA) and user experience (UX) design.

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Publishing a digital product
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about the publishing of digital products, including websites, apps, personal/public space, etc.

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Cultural influence on digital design
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about cultural influence and impact on digital design.

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Copyright and the Web
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Electronic Publishing, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about copyright on the web, intellectual property rights, and copyright on digital products.

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Background to the Internet and the Web
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Internet Technologies, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is a background to the Internet and the Web.

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Accessibility and usability
This content is taken from a Master's-level module, Internet Technologies, taught at the UCL Department of Information Studies. It is about web accessibility and usability; accessible design is important to ensure webpages can be used by a wide variety of people.

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Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing - full
This zipped folder contains all of the 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing' collection items. This is a collection of teaching materials taken from a Master's level module at University College London with a focus on the digital humanities and the legal and social aspects of electronic publishing. The header page with list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/24 and the full collection can be viewed at http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/23/. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc.

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XML: Extensible Markup Language - full
This zipped folder contains all of the 'XML: Extensible Markup Language' collection items. This is a collection of teaching materials from a Master's level introductory module in XML and XSLT. The header page with list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/19 and the full collection can be viewed at http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/21/. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc.

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Electronic publishing - full
This zipped folder contains all of the 'Electronic publishing' collection items. This is a collection of teaching materials taken from a Master's level module at University College London with a focus on the digital humanities and electronic publishing. The header page with a list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/34 and the full collection can be viewed at http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/33/. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc.

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New modes of publication: Wikipedia exercise
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Open access and institutional repositories
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Culture and human-computer interaction: Culture’s influence on interaction
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Digitisation of text and images
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Metadata, preservation, and sustainability
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Publishing journals today and for the future
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Introduction to user-centred design: From requirements to evaluation
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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E-books
'03ebka.pdf' is a presentation and '03ebkb.pdf' is a class exercise to accompany the 'E-books' presentation. Both are taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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(So-called) Web 2.0 / Web 3.0
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Introduction to electronic publishing
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/33.

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Electronic publishing
A collection of teaching materials taken from a Master's level module at University College London with a focus on the digital humanities and electronic publishing. The header page with a list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/34. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc. The 'Electronic publishing - full.7z' zipped folder contains all of the collection items in open document formats.

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Electronic publishing header page
This is the header page for the 'Electronic publishing' collection (http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/34).

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Health informatics
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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The Freedom of Information Act and electronic publishing
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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The Data Protection Act and electronic publishing
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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Exploring methods to test usability of ICT applications with people with learning disabilities
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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Communities in the information society, real or virtual?
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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Open source and open access
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing', taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23.

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Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing header page
This is the header page for the 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing' collection (http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/23).

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Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing
A collection of teaching materials taken from a Masters level module at University College London with a focus on the digital humanities and the legal and social aspects of electronic publishing. The header page with list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/24. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc. The 'Legal and social aspects of electronic publishing - full.7z' zipped folder contains all of the collection items in open document formats.

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XML: Extensible Markup Language
A collection of teaching materials from a Master's level introductory module in XML and XSLT. The header page with list of contents and links is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/19. The materials here were originally constructed as part of a project titled 'OER Digital Humanities (DHOER)' at University College London, funded under the UK Open Educational Resources, phase II, Ai: release strand (06/10) in 2011 by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc. The 'XML: Extensible Markup Language - full.7z' zipped folder contains all of the collection items in open document formats.

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XML header page
This is the header page for the 'XML: Extensible Markup Language' collection (http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21).

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Working with well-formed documents
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Beyond XML: Limitations of XML 1.0
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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More XSLT stylesheet functions with XSL
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Introduction to XSLT
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Functions with XSLT
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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XML schemas
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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XML: Document analysis
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Validation: How to make XML documents meaningful and consistent
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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XML: Attributes and values
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Introduction to XML and document analysis
This presentation is taken from a Master's level module, 'XML: Extensible Markup Language', legal, XSLT, document analysis, and electronic publishing, taught at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. The header page for this collection of resources is at: http://ucloer.eprints-hosting.org/id/eprint/21.

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Test record
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