Supporting Open Practices
The JISC Inform Spring 2012 issue highlighted a number of ways on which open practices were being used across the UK’s higher and further education sector. In order to complement this work, a series of guest blog posts on openness were published on the UK Web Focus blog.
Work started: 2 Oct 2011
Planned completion date: 31 April 2012
Actual completion date: 10 April 2012
This work involved commissioning and publishing a series of guest blog posts and reviewing this work.
The posts published were:
- Announcement of a Series of Openness Guest Blog Posts, Brian Kelly, UK Web Focus blog, 29 March 2012
- Open Access to Science for Everyone, Ross Mounce, UK Web Focus blog, 30 March 2012
- Being Openly Selfish and Making “OER” Work for You, UK Web Focus blog, James Burke, 2 April 2012
- Librarians meet Wikipedians: collaboration not competition!, Simon Baines, UK Web Focus blog, 3 April 2012
- Professional Development Using Open Content, Marieke Guy, UK Web Focus blog, 4 April 2012
- Opening Up Events – The GEII Event Amplification Toolkit, Kirsty Pitkin, UK Web Focus blog, 5 April 2012
- Openly Commercial, Joscelyn Upendran, UK Web Focus blog, 6 April 2012
- Syndicated Post: The Commons Touch, Steve Wheeler, UK Web Focus blog, 7 April 2012
- Openness in One Country, Brian Kelly, UK Web Focus blog, 10 April 2012
The openness articles published in JISC Inform were:
This work was led by Brian Kelly.