Adapting the CORRE model 4 OER with a more iterative process

As mentioned in a previous post I’m trying to adapt the CORRE model from Uni of Leicester into a non-linear (iterative development model) for designing and developing learning materials. This should incorporate the need to be explicit with staff about designing in a degree of open educational resources.

Iteration number 2 of the model is available from: https://docs.google.com/drawings/edit?id=1_6qDH3Sr6TpfdwirrPidavY_pkKeth3K0sAS1tsQJ-I&hl=en&authkey=CLyUku0P

This has involved a little bit of re-jigging of the boxes, so things which need to be done once are outside the iterative component. Make the questions more meaningful. So you can keep a running log (wiki page), storing up answers, to do’s etc., Start to put more scaffold in w.r.t to things you are recommended to read. Some of these recommendations are placeholders for resources we need to develop at Bath.

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