Friday, 31 October 2008

down to biznezz

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In a recent communication I promoted the excellent Advantage West Midlands funded videos. These
business focussed videos are created by the Aston University Media centre. I 've previously added them to a VLE I used to manage and the lecture staff really rated their quality. The videos are chunked and are of high quality and high relevance to business educators.

I was also alterted to a new award winning business simulation game, which looks good and has plenty of endoresments from UK educators. Lets not forget the excellent http://www.bized.co.uk/ website, thats choc full of resources for learning. I recently used a change management simulation "game" in a 1 day event run by JISC inofnet.

While I'm on the subject of resources, I was notified by our copyright officer about a new web site project http://copyrighttoolkit.com that includes an information film recently made available from EduServ and featuring Richard McCracken from The Open University Rights Department, who with a fellow digital rights management colleague, and a lecturer, enact the procedure and good practice to try and avoid the pitfalls and frustrations regarding copyright and clearance permissions and actions etc. It's a 38 min film but very real in its observations and operations - we thoroughly recommend it to lecturers - click here to view http://copyrighttoolkit.com/podintro.html

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