Jorum provides access to free learning and teaching resources, created and shared by the UK Further and Higher Education community. To find out more about Jorum's background, visit the About us section.
Finding Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Using Open Educational Resources (including licensing and rights)
- What can I do with a resource I wish to use?
- About Licensing
- What are Creative Commons licences?
- What has happened to the Jorum EducationUK licence?
- How have other teachers used Jorum's resources?
- How do I use / embed an IMS or SCORM package in my VLE?
Additional Information and Links About OERs (External sites)
-Open Educational Resources: Opportunities and Challenges for Higher Education (2008)
-JISC CETIS: Programme Scoping Session
-OER Programme Technical Requirements
-Comparting Meta-Data Requirements for OERs, Part-1
-Open Educational Resources (HEA and JISC)
Sharing & Showcasing Your Resources
- Why should I share resources?
- What are the benefits of sharing my resources with Jorum?
- Why have others shared their resources with Jorum?
- Who can share resources with Jorum?
- What sort of resources can I share with Jorum?
- Are there any restrictions on file sizes and file types?
- Can I share links instead of files?
- How do I share a resource with Jorum?
- How can I edit or delete my resource?
- How to complete the metadata: Jorum Cataloguing Guidance
- Can I share resources with Jorum, if I am not from an FE or HE institution?
- What statistics are available from Jorum?