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OER Draft Release: Values in Higher Education – Outline, Presentation & Overview

Final Versions of these OER are now available from our Resources pages, the University of Bath Learning Materials Filestore and Jorum.

These three draft resources are taken from: Theme 3 – Values in Higher Education and represent the direction of our OER resources, however they are still in development and we welcome your feedback.

Provisional outline for the Values workshop:

The associated presentation for Values workshop:

An overview of the content of Theme 3 – Values in Higher Education:

We would love to hear what you think of these draft releases so that we can use your input to further develop them before final release.

For an open discussion, please use the comments at the end of this post.

However, if you have time, we would certainly appreciate your help with some specific questions, which can be entered into the following form:

Disciplinary Thinking OER Feedback Form:


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One thought on “OER Draft Release: Values in Higher Education – Outline, Presentation & Overview

  1. This looks really interesting and valuable – it is good to have something on this generally underdeveloped topic.


    Posted by Nigel Purcell | April 25, 2012, 1:05 pm

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