ADM-HEA funded project shortlisted for Jorum prize
An online, visual resource produced by Natasha Mayo, Lecturer in Ceramics at University of Wales Institute Cardiff with the support of ADM-HEA project funding, has been shortlisted by a judging panel for Jorum users to vote for their favourite resource. A combination of the judge’s scores and community votes will determine the final six places. The winners will be asked to present their resources at the ALT-C conference http://www.alt.ac.uk/altc2010/ on Wednesday, 8 September in Nottingham. The final three will receive their prizes at the gala dinner that evening.
Jorum is a JISC-funded Service in Development in UK Further and Higher Education, to collect and share learning and teaching materials, allowing their reuse and repurposing. This free online repository service is intended to become part of the wider landscape of repositories being developed institutionally, locally, regionally or across subject areas. JorumUK is currently available to UK FE and HE institutions, and is based on an institutionally registered User and Depositor licensing model.
The final report for Natasha’s project: Making the Creative Process Visible is now available on our website.
If you would like to view and/or vote for one of the ten entries, please follow this link: http://community.jorum.ac.uk/mod/choice/view.php?id=255
Voting will close on 6 August, after which the final six places will be announced.