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The OER Service

 

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Lorna Campbell has almost twenty years experience working in education technology and now works with the OER Service within Information Services at the University of Edinburgh.

Lorna has a long standing commitment to supporting open education technology, policy and practice; she leads the Open Scotland initiative and, together with Melissa Highton, was co-chair of the OER16 Open Culture conference.  

Lorna maintains a number of blogs including Open World http://lornamcampbell.org/ and OpenScot.net http://openscot.net/.  She is a Trustee of Wikimedia UK and the Association for Learning Technology, and a member of the Advisory Board of the Open Knowledge Open Education Working Group.

Twitter: @LornaMCampbell 

 

Image ©Richard Winpenny for BFS

Stephanie (Charlie) Farley provides support and training in the creation and use of OER across the University and maintains the Open.Ed webpages. Charlie runs regular OER, copyright and open licensing, workshops and training sessions, and the popular OER Game Jam sessions for various groups at the University.

Additionally, Charlie advises on the use of Social Media in Learning and Teaching, and leads the 23 Things for Digital Knowledge programme.

Rarely seen without an electronic device in her hand, Charlie is passionate about the uses of technology to enhance open education, access, and information sharing. A self-identified Librarian, she is studying a distance MSc in Information and Library Studies at Aberystwyth University.

Twitter:  @SFarley_Charlie

 

 

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