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Embedding Open Educational Resources in research methods training in education, social science and criminology
Ehiyazaryan, Ester

PublishedMarch 2012
PeriodicalPages 1-30
PublisherSCORE Fellowship

ABSTRACT
Funded by the Support Centre for Open Resources in Education (SCORE) this project aimed to explore the role of open educational resources (OER) and open educational practices more broadly in supporting the teaching and learning of research methods within several subject disciplines. The study was situated within Doncaster College, a large, mixed economy (HE in FE) college where the majority of the HE provision is at full degree and postgraduate level, however also involves work-based learning qualifications such as Foundation Degrees.

Keywords case study · OER adoption · research · research methods teaching

Languageen
Rightsby-nc-sa/3.0
URLhttp://www8.open.ac.uk/score/embedding-open-educational-resources-research-methods-training-education-social-science-and-crimin-0
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