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  • . What is Jorum ? dictionary definition: a large drinking vessel or its contents "a FREE online service for staff in UK Universities and Colleges to share, reuse and repurpose electronic learning and teaching resources" JISC funded. — “JORUM”,
  • A 'jorum' is an old word for a large bowl or jug. A jorum, as you may have gathered, is an old word for a large bowl or jug used for serving drinks such as tea or punch. — “World Wide Words: Jorum”,
  • The feedback we have received will help us to plan future developments to Jorum, including a "Jorum roadmap" which will provide our community with information on the direction that Jorum intends to take in the future. We hope to be able to share this document later this summer. — “Course: OER - Open Educational Resources”,
  • Through Jorum, you can find, share and discuss learning and teaching materials, shared by the UK Further and Higher Education community. Everything in Jorum is free for members of further and higher education in the UK. — “Jorum Home page”,
  • Jorum is a free online repository service for teaching and support staff in UK Further and Higher Education Institutions, helping to build a community for the sharing, reuse and repurposing of learning and teaching materials. — “Jorum : JISC”,
  • Jorum is a free online repository service for teaching and support staff in UK Further and Higher Education Institutions, helping to build a community for the sharing, reuse and repurposing of learning and teaching materials. The aim of Jorum is to enable and encourage the sharing of. — “ELG - JORUM”,
  • Jorum definition, a large bowl or container for holding drink. [C18: probably named after Jorum, who brought vessels of silver, gold, and brass to King David (II Samuel 8:10). — “Jorum | Define Jorum at ”,
  • This document forms Volume VIII of the JORUM Scoping and Technical Appraisal Study, funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) as part of the JORUM+ Project. This document explores by adrianstevenson in Technology, xml, and. — “Jorum and the JISC Information Environment”,
  • Jorum is a JISC-funded Service in Development in UK Further and Higher Education, to collect and share learning and teaching materials, and to allow their reuse and Jorum is currently available to UK FE and HE institutions which can sign up to be both Users of and Contributors to Jorum. — “Jorum - Library, The University of York”,
  • This monthly bulletin aims to highlight just some of the resources available in Jorum, plus all the latest news from the Jorum team. Members of the Jorum team attended the start-up meeting on 22nd September in London, and our presentation 'Depositing materials in JorumOpen' is now available to view. — “Jorum e-review”,
  • JORUM is a national online archive of learning objects', i.e. material which one can use, The concept behind JORUM is to easily facilitate the exchange of. — “Depositing Learning Object with JORUM”,
  • Jorum is a free online service providing access to teaching and learning resources, for teaching and support staff in UK FE and HE Institutions. — “Jorum (JorumTeam) on Twitter”,
  • Perhaps from the Biblical Joram who "brought with him vessels of silver, and vessels of gold, and vessels of brass" Samuel II 8:10 Or perhaps from the Arabic "djara", which means "clay vase with a large opening". [edit] Noun. jorum (countable and uncountable; plural jorums). — “jorum - Wiktionary”,
  • Peter Burnhill & Jackie Carter Jorum Co-Directors My Day Job: Director, EDINA national data centre University of E. — “Pushing Open the Jorum”,
  • Definition of jorum from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of jorum. Pronunciation of jorum. Definition of the word jorum. Origin of the word jorum. — “jorum - Definition of jorum at ”,
  • Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition – Championing Open Educational Resources The Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition (previously known as the Learning Object Competition) was again held in conjunction with the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) this year. — “Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition – Championing Open”, pr-
  • jorum: Definition and Pronunciation. — “jorum: meaning and definitions — ”,
  • jorum a large drinking bowl jorum. Top. is a kind of: bowl — a round vessel that is open at the top; used for holding fruit or liquids or for serving food. — “jorum: Information from ”,
  • Definition of jorum in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of jorum. Pronunciation of jorum. Translations of jorum. jorum synonyms, jorum antonyms. Information about jorum in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “jorum - definition of jorum by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Push About the Jorum. I had seen "Push about the Jorum" in one of the O'Neill's Irish collections from the turn of this century, and was asking myself, "What the heck is a jorum? It seems "a jorum is a chamberpot, in this case used as a mug in drinking healths and toasts. — “KM Living History Music - Push About the Jorum”,
  • Some background on Jorum. What it is, how it came about and what it contains. Reference to the Open Educational Jorum began as keep-safe' repository. commissioned and grant-funded by the JISC. for publicly-funded outputs and content developed. — “Pushing Open The Jorum: A national repository for learning”,

Videos

  • MDTV Episode 2 - 2007 Snow Park NZ OPENING DAY VIDEO We checked out opening day for 2007 at Snow Park NZ with Jorum Makuru and Will Harris.
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum - Carol Elston This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Carol Elston- a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. It comprises of a short background to the winning resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum.
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum - Peter Hartley This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Peter Hartley- a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. It comprises of a short background to the winning resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum.
  • Jorum teh fish MASTAH This video is an in-game recording from "Rag Doll Kung Fu™: Fists of Plastic" for PlayStation®Network.
  • Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition - A judges view! Here we have James Clay, ILT & Learning Resources Manager at Gloucestershire College, talking about his experience of being a judge in the 2010 Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition. " There are many people out there creating exciting and innovative resources, and more importantly sharing them with the community via Jorum. The key thing about this whole competition is that you are sharing these resources, which means we get the best of the best from around the country."
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum - Barry Richards This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Barry Richards, a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. This video comprises of a short background to the resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum
  • Visual Anthropology - Re-usability of Teaching & Learning Materials C-SAP OER Project The Project This video is an introduction to the C-SAP Open Educational Resources Project as part of the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics within the JISC (the Joint Information Systems Committee and JORUM) and the Higher Education Academy in the UK. The project looks at the open access and re-usability of learning objects in Anthropology, Sociology and Politics. Have a look at the project and the toolkit where you will find teaching materials and ideas for re-using these for your own teaching and learning anthropology, and openly sharing these with others through the toolkit. www.c- The video This video introduces one of the modules of the project: Visual Anthropology. The clip discusses some of the issues about this module and its re-usability for anyone wishing to re-use the lectures, contents, powerpoints, reading lists from this course. This video is a short discussion on how best to use and re-use anthropology teaching materials in the C-SAP OER project above.
  • Anthropological Ideas - Re-usability of Teaching & Learning Materials C-SAP OER Project The Project This video is an introduction to the C-SAP Open Educational Resources Project as part of the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics within the JISC (the Joint Information Systems Committee and JORUM) and the Higher Education Academy in the UK. The project looks at the open access and re-usability of learning objects in Anthropology, Sociology and Politics. Have a look at the project and the toolkit where you will find teaching materials and ideas for re-using these for your own teaching and learning anthropology, and openly sharing these with others through the toolkit. www.c- The video This video introduces one of the modules of the project for Anthropology: Anthropological Ideas. The clip discusses some of the issues about this module and its re-usability for anyone wishing to re-use the lectures, contents, powerpoints, reading lists from this course. This video is a short discussion on how best to use and re-use anthropology teaching materials in the C-SAP OER project above.
  • Licensing your educational resources with Jason Miles-Campbell at JISC legal Jason Miles-Campbell, Service Manager at JISC Legal provides a highly informative video about licensing for educational resources, including the different types that are available, and things to think about when selecting a licence. He answers the following questions: Do I need to attach a licence to my resource? What are the types of licences available? Creative Commons (CC) and other open licences What is the Jorum EducationUK licence? What are the differences between Creative Commons (CC) licences and the Jorum EducationUK Licence? What should you consider when selecting a licence?
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  • "Don't lecture me" (with Twitter track) - Donald Clark at ALT-C 2010 "Don't lecture me" Keynote speech by Donald Clark (with Twitter Track by agreement with Donald) at "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change, the 2010 conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Session given in Nottingham, UK, on Tuesday 7 September 2010, at 10.20. For information about ALT go to Made publicly available by ALT under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license
  • Depositing files in to JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to deposit files, such as documents, presentations, and audio/video files into JorumOpen.
  • Creating and sharing resources through Jorum This vodcast was recorded at the ALT-C 2010 conference, with the winner of the 2010 Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition. Katy talks about the values in sharing openly, especially through Jorum, and the potential of reuse if you release resources openly under a creative commons licence.
  • Jorum DSpace - Selenium testing Video showing a Selenium test run against a Jorum DSpace installation. This video was part of a presentation given to the UoC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning by Gareth Waller (Jorum Technical Manager):
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Rachel Wicaksono- a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. It comprises of a short background to the winning resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum.
  • Searching for resources in JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to search for and preview resources in JorumOpen
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  • Creating a profile in JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to create a profile in JorumOpen. You will need to create a profile prior to depositing resources.
  • Logging in to JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to log in to JorumOpen.
  • 27. Trends on the Horizon To find additional "Resources" for each video, go to: IU Instructional Consulting office: www.indiana.edu In the final installment "Trends on the Horizon," Dr. Bonk envisions future developments in education and their potential impact on teaching. Points covered range from mobile learning and cloud computing to creating Personal Learning Environments. Resources General Links The Chronicle of Higher Education: Educause Horizon Reports www.educause.edu EduTechWiki: Personalized Learning Environment edutechwiki.unige.ch EDUCAUSE: 7 things you should know about Mobile Apps for Learning net.educause.edu E-Learn Conference: Directory of Open Access Journals IU-specific Links IC Instructional Innovation Blog UITS IT Training & Education ittraining.iu.edu Teaching & Learning Technologies Center (TLTC) www.indiana.edu Examples Jorum Creative Commons WizIQ Knol Live Journal These videos are available under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 (see
  • MDTV Episode 19 - Cardrona November 19th Epic riding on November 19th, back country Cardrona, Cat access. Check it to see Will Jackways, Robett Hollis, Conner Harding and Jorum Maukuru throw down!
  • The Power Of Twitter 27.3.10.mp4 How using Twitter can increase views of resources in JorumOpen
  • Me and Globlæsi I ride him the day i was on riding lessons on Jørum. Very nice horse. ( BAD ENGLISH, SORRY)
  • Browsing resources in JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to browse resources in JorumOpen
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum - Colin Paton This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Colin Paton- a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. It comprises of a short background to the winning resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum.
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  • Depositing web links in JorumOpen This vidcast demonstrates how to deposit web links in JorumOpen.
  • Circle - chapter one [Sojo - Kessel-Lo, Belgium - September 19, 2010] Harvest hark islam nappe jorum puzzle tar pejorative lounge meridian ylem pul alkyd!
  • Stylus Recordings Summer Releases Part 2
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  • MIT BCC-BCM 2005 to wali, regh, jessa, darren, mon, christian nd jorum this video is for you guyz! "I trust my friends. These people force me to examine, encourage me to grow." arwen:)
  • Jorum - Creating & sharing open access resources with Jorum - Mark Dransfield This podcast was recorded at ALT-C 2009 and features Mark Dransfield- a winner in the Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition. It comprises of a short background to the winning resource; the reasons they share resources under a creative commons licence and the benefits of sharing with Jorum.
  • Jorum DSpace - deposit IMS package and preview Video showing depositing and previewing an IMS content package into the Jorum DSace. This video was part of a presentation given to the UoC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning by Gareth Waller (Jorum Technical Manager):
  • Stylus Recordings Summer Releases Part 1
  • "Now to the banquet we press" and "Be happy all" from Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Sorcerer" Lakeshore Light Opera sings at the Hail Unity! concert 2011. Beginning of the Act I finale. Soloist: Lars Lih
  • Reaching students and teachers though Jorum This video, filmed at the ALT-C 2010 conference, features Dr Natasha Mayo from the University Wales Institute. Her resource - Making the creative process visible took third place in the 2010 Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition. She speaks a little bit about her resource and why she shares through Jorum.
  • Integrating online resources into your teaching What do you think of this resource? Please click svy.mk to complete a quick survey Download the supporting PDF file for this episode bit.ly from the Learning to Teach Online project website. So many resources are now being freely shared online that it can be advantageous for teachers and students to develop an understanding of appropriate and legal use. This episode identifies different types of online resources including scholarly material available online through libraries, and highlights copyright considerations for using existing material from the Internet in your teaching. It also discusses the benefits of Open Educational Resources (OER), where teachers can freely access and contribute to a wide range of learning and teaching resources from institutions around the world.