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A collection of interactive materials for historical research
This collection of interactive learning materials covers a range of issues to consider when conducting life history interviews for historical research.

Shared with the World by Ms Kate Borthwick

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Collaborative working using open research data to create OERs for the humanities
This ppt outlines the programme and activities for a workshop funded under the HEA/OER seminar series. It was held on 23rd May, 2012, at the University of Southampton, and featured dissemination of research and teaching on the OpenLIVES project (JISC).

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Creating and using open content in the Humanities
This is the handout for the presentation given in the HEA OER Series event on Digital Literacies and Open Educational Practice held at the University of Southampton. 7th of November 2012. It was organised by LLAS.

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Discussion Board: Socioeconomic and demographic reality of Contemporary Spain
This activity is currently being used in the module SPPO 2650/1 "The Spanish regional Melting Pot: the old same History?" at the University of Leeds. Students make their contributions via discussion boards in VLE Blackboard. The activity is aimed at facilitating students’ interaction and co-operation in the process of understanding the complex socio-economic and demographic reality of Spain and its Autonomous Communities as well as the country’s political-territorial structure. It also fosters transferable skills such as statistical literacy, the ability to work as part of a group, negotiating skills, communication skills, leadership and spirit of enquiry. The activity was first used in the module "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration into Europe" (SPPO 2370/1) in 2008 but has been updated since them. It can be downloaded either as a word document or as a pdf. Last update 29 September 2014.

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Dissemination presentations on the work of OpenLIVES
This collection brings together a selection of presentations on the work of the JISC-funded OpenLIVES project. These presentations were given at conferences and dissemination events by the project team.

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HumBox Peer Review workshop
These videos were filmed during a two day workshop looking at open education resources issues such as peer review/commenting, quality, copyright held as part of the HumBox project 2009/10

Shared with the World by Alison Dickens

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HumBox promotional video
This 3-minute video was devised to help promote HumBox amongst colleagues, and at dissemination events. It includes brief interviews with two partners about why they got involved in the project and what they have got out of it, along with information and screenshots of HumBox itself. In wmv format.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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LLAS and open practice: an overview
This powerpoint was given by Kate Borthwick and Alison Dickens at an HEA OER workshop, on 7th November, 2012, at the University of Southampton. It outlines the work of LLAS and the language educator community in the area of open practice, and describes an evolution from a focus on technical issues to benefits of open practice, to open research and students-as-producers of open content.

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Leeds OpenLIVES Academic Presentations
This is a list of University of Leeds OpenLIVES academic presentations (Last updated on 27 February 2013), It includes links to slides and abstracts.

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Lifting the Lid: sharing in the humanities community using the HumBox
This presentation was given by me at the Open Learning Conference, Nottingham University, 25th November, 2009. It details the development of the HumBox project up to that point in time.

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Making online resources a available to a global community
In this video, the advantages of creating and sharing Open Educational Resources are explained. This is part of the University of Leeds series "Spotlights on Open Educational Resources at the University of Leeds"

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No open learning without open access: a portal for open access research into teaching modern languages
The effectiveness of Open Educational Resources (OER) and Mass Open Online Courses (MOOCs) can be seriously undermined by lack of open access to original academic research. Copyright restrictions and subscription fees mean that most research is completely unavailable to those who are not staff or students at a university, or who work in institutions or countries where financial resources are very limited. At best, those with limited access to original research are forced to rely on the summaries and interpretations of others. This presentation showcases YazikOpen.org.uk a portal for open access research into the teaching and learning of modern foreign languages. The portal catalogues language teaching research published in open access journals or on open websites. This research is available to anybody, anywhere in the world with access to the internet without viewing or subscription fees.open access logo Those teaching on courses relating to language teaching (e.g. TEFL, Applied Linguistics, Teaching Training etc.), whether face-to-face or online, can search YazikOpen to identify course readings which will be available to all students, irrespective of institution, geographical location or access to financial resources. Open access also means that original research is accessible to practitioners such as schoolteachers, Teachers of English as a Second/ Foreign Language, teachers at language clubs and teachers of languages in the community. Bringing down access barriers also means that practitioners and other interested parties can engage in debates and publish their own research with fewer disadvantages. The presentation will also explore the wider discussions currently taking place about open access from the ethical as well as the financial and organisational perspectives. Open access to research is also crucial in ensuring that MOOCs are genuinely open and inclusive and do not perpetrate the current privileges of students and staff in well-resourced institutions.

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OER Workshop and Seminar Series introduction (HEA)
PowerPoint presentation introducing the OER workshop and seminar series, May 23rd 2012.

Shared with the University by Dr Alison Le Cornu

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OpenLIVES Interview with Abraham Alcántara at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Abraham Alcántara. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 1 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Storer, James; Shiress, Suzie, Wood, Bethany and Alcántara, Abraham. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Abraham Alcántara. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Alba Pomés at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Alba Pomés. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos, sobre esta asignatura, publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Crooker, Sonia, Wells, Sally and Pomés, Alba. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Alba Pomés. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Esther at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Esther. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 31 de enero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Quartana, Daniele; Shiress, Suzie; Wells, Sally and Esther. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Esther. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Gisela Lorente at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Gisela Lorente. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 1 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Farrell, David; Kendall, Emily; Spruell, Jenny and Lorente, Gisella. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Gisela Lorente. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Juan Luis Hernández at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Juan Luis Hernández. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2015. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Se incorporan enlaces a los documentales realizados por las estudiantes Lucie England-Duce y Catherine Jessup. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: England-Duce, Lucie; Jessup, Catherine and Hernández, Juan Luis. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Esther. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-

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OpenLIVES Interview with Lara Gállego at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Lara Gállego. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 26 de enero de 2013. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo, transcripción (en documento word y en pdf) e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista y su transcripción: : Abreu, J., Morgan, L., Richardson, J., Steel, A., Wright, D. and Gállego, L.. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Lara Gállego. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Paula at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Paula. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2016. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Di Maro Sara; Giordana, Bianca; Rigg Phoebe; Coudret Lucie; Waszek, Lydia and Paula. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Paula. OpenLIVES project (2016). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Pedro at the University of Leeds
Entrevista de Historia Oral a Pedro. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2016. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Coudret Lucie, Waszek Lydia and Pedro. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Pedro. OpenLIVES project (2016). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Seminar Task 1 (Week 3 of the programme)
This is a task aimed at developing students skills in interview coding whilst appreciating the emotional richness of the life story of Germinal Luis, a Spanish migrant whose testimony features in the OpenLIVES collection. This activity can be classed as an inductive and hands-on initiation to Migration Oral History. As part of the task, students will be able to contribute to the Global Learning Community with their own OER. It is part of the Final Year module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)University of Leeds – School of Modern Languages and Cultures. BAs in Spanish. The resource contains a file in pdf and another in word, but it is the same content in both.

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OpenLIVES Spanish Emigre interviews - Pedro y Eustaquio Piña Andrés
This is the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Pedro and Eustaquio Piña Andrés. It was conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 28th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 1 hour 27 minutes long. There is also a transcript and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Oral History: Asking different types of questions
This is an interactive learning object which gives information and practice on asking different types of questions when conducting life history interviews.

Shared with the World by Irina Nelson

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Oral History: Basic Good Practice
This is an interactive learning object which introduces some basic concepts for making an effective life history interview.

Shared with the World by Irina Nelson

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Oral History: Closed Questions
This is an interactive learning object which gives information and practice on the role of closed questions in conducting life history interviews.

Shared with the World by Irina Nelson

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Oral History: Effective Questions
This is a learning object which introduces ideas on how to make effective questions during a live history interview.

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Oral History: Focus and structure in a live history interview I
This is an interactive learning object which offers practice and information on structuring an oral history interview.It is the first in a series of three.

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Oral History: Open Questions
This is an interactive learning object which gives information and practice on the role of open questions in conducting life history interviews.

Shared with the World by Irina Nelson

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Piloting Employer Engagement in OERs Repositories: A new approach to curricular employability in HE
Powerpoint presentation and link to abstract of the peer-reviewed paper Piloting Employer Engagement in OERs Repositories: A new approach to curricular employability in HE; This paper was presented in the apt2012 Employer Engagement in a Digital Age Conference at the University of Greenwich on the 4th of July. It outlines some of the research findings of the second part of the SCORE OU-funded project "Review and Endorsement of OERs by Graduate-Recruiting Employers "in HumBox"

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Piloting Employer Input into Curriculum Design through Open Piloting Employer Input into Curriculum Design through Open Educational Resources (OER)
Powerpoint presentation of the paper presented at the HEA-sponsored conference "Employability: Addressing the Gulf between Academic, Student and Employer Perspectives". University of Leeds, 3rd December 2012. It includes references and links to two of the main research outputs of the SCORE-funded project "Review and Endorsement of OER by Graduate-recruiting Employers" to date: The Cambridge 2012 paper in the conference "Innovation and Impact - Openly Collaborating to Enhance Education" and the SCORE Project Final Report.

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Role plays and simulations for modules on Spanish politics and society
Collection of collaborative activities for the module SPPO2650/1 "The Spanish Regional Melting Pot: The Same Old History?" (formerly "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe", taught at the University of Leeds in all the BAs in Spanish. These activities, which are ideal for online discussion boards or simply seminar-group work, are also suitable for many other modules on Spanish Society, Spanish Politics and Spanish Economy. They all have been tried and tested with students and have received positive feedback. For more information please see Martínez-Arboleda, A. (2009) "Using new technologies on content modules in modern languages", Liaison. July 2009. 29-31.

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Students producing Open Educational Resources (OER) at the University of Leeds
This is a video presenting the idea of student produced OER, It is made of extracts from a conversation with the interviewer, Serena Gill, about OpenLIVES and OER. It is part of the series "Spotlight on Open Educational Resources at the University of Leeds".

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Using, developing and sharing resources
These are the slides from a presentation I gave at the LLAS annual event for new staff in languages, linguistics and area studies, on 15th April, 2011. The event was held at Jesus College, University of Oxford.

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Using, developing and sharing teaching resources
I gave this presentation at the LLAS event for new staff 'Life and work in Academia,' 12th April, 2012, at Aston University. It gives an introduction into concepts of open educational resources and why engaging with openness is a good thing.

Shared with the World by Ms Kate Borthwick

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