HEA Open Educational Resources & Public Engagement

16 07 2012

The HEA have just published the first series of case studies on Open Educational Resources to download. Check out Marianne Talbot, ‘OER and public engagement: a case study’:

“When the University of Oxford’s iTunes/podcast series, OpenSpires, podcast Marianne Talbot’s lectures she was delighted to discover a huge worldwide appetite for philosophy. Her ‘A Romp through the History of Philosophy’ (RTHP) has now been downloaded nearly a million times.  In this case study Marianne analyses her fan emails to try to determine who listens to the podcasts, how and where they listen, and how their lives/actions change as a result.”

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