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Studying a distant country for ESD
An overview presentation on using a distant country in the teaching of ESD together with a tutorial using Brazil, including a tutorial and task sheets

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OSIER publicity materials
A collection of project publicity materials

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Wider Professional Practice: all resources
This collection contains all of the resources from this area of the site 'Outside the Green Box' http://www.edu.plymouth.ac.uk/esd/Index.html

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Continuing Personal and Professional Development: all resources
This collection contains all of the resources from this area of the site 'Outside the Green Box' http://www.edu.plymouth.ac.uk/esd/Index.html The Subject Specialism resources are aggregated into a separate collection

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Continuing Personal and Professional Development: Subject Specialism package
A group of resources on presenting Education for Sustainable Development within the context of a specialist subject. Taken from 'Outside the Green Box' http://www.edu.plymouth.ac.uk/esd/Index.html This collection aggregates the 'Subject Specialism' resources from this part of the site. All of the CPPD resources are also contained in a separate collection.

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Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning
Two related activities on learning and teaching, using Bloom's Taxonomy to explore ESD values, and non-violent communication in the context of classroom management. The resources are derived from 'Outside the Green Box' at http://www.edu.plymouth.ac.uk/esd/Index.html

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Enabling Learning and Assessment
Lesson plan and outline for a session on learning and assessment, and associated activity using a carbon footprint game. Sustainable assessment is defined as ‘assessment that meets the needs of the present and prepares students to meet their own future learning needs’. The resources come from 'Outside the Green Box' at http://www.edu.plymouth.ac.uk/esd/Index.html

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OSIER repository policy documents
Print versions of OSIER repository policy documents, including Terms & Conditions and Take-down Policy

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OSIER repository Help pages
Print versions of Sections 1, 2 and 4 of the OSIER project repository Help page, including the metadata protocol

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OSIER resource guidelines
This collection contains a number of documents that have been written to help users to prepare resources for upload to OSIER. Together, the documents cover usability and accessibility, licensing and IPR. The collection also contains template files than can be added to documents and other types of files to indicate clearly copyright and licence status, and separate templates for extended resource description and for submitting web link (URL) lists.

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Guides for using the OSIER repository
This collection contains documents and video tutorials on using the OSIER repository.

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OSIER user guide - metadata and tagging
A user guide covering the OSIER metadata protocol and the importance of keyword tagging

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OSIER project publicity: autorun slide loop 2
This slide set has been designed to publicise the OSIER project in a more 'corporate' environment than the resource at http://osier.ac.uk/284/. It sets out the aims of the project and the advantages of participating.

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OSIER project publicity: posters
The resource comprises artwork for two posters for the project. The first is a 'glossy', whilst the second is more of a handbill setting out the advantages of OERs. Both are designed to be printed at A4 portrait. Each file is presented in two formats - a full-resolution PDF with 5 mm bleed all round for commercial printing, and a JPEG file with 2000 pixel height and no bleed for home/office printing. Both posters have been revised in December 2012

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OSIER user guide - 'personalizing' OSIER
A brief introduction to the ways in which a user of the OSIER site can personalize the site, including bookmarking resources, saving searches, creating personal notes and resource collections

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OSIER user guide - adding comments to resources
A guide to adding comments to resources or resource collections on the OSIER site. Supplied as MS Word (.docx) and PDF files

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OSIER project publicity: autorun slide loop 1
A PowerPoint slide loop to publicize the OSIER project. The slide loop runs automatically, and could be used at conferences and workshops

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OSIER project publicity: brochure
This resource contains artwork for the OSIER trifold brochure, released in July 2011 and revised in November 2012. There are two versions and each consists of two image files - one for the 'outside' with the cover image to the right, and one for the inside. The large files are the final PDF, designed with a 5 mm bleed all round to print to the edge on A4. Use these if you want to produce a professional print copy. The small files are JPEGs produced from the original artwork, shrunk to 2000 px width after the bleed has been removed. These are supplied as e-mail friendly files

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OSIER project: web link listing template
A template document for aggregating several web links (URLs) and contextual information MS Word .doc

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OSIER project: extended resource description template
Template document for writing an extended description of a resources in OSIER, including these headings: 1. Introduction and background; 2. Context; 3. Evaluation and feedback; 4. Potential for re-use and re-purposing; 5. Inclusivity, usability and accessibility; 6. Other information. MS Word .doc

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OSIER repository Help page - Section 4
This resource contains a print version of Section 4 of the OSIER project repository Help page. It comprises the glossary, that defines the way that specific terms are used in the OSIER repository and also indicates some of the underlying functionality of the repository. The document is supplied as MS Word (.docx) and PDF. Version 1.1 October 2011

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OSIER repository Help page - Section 2
This resource contains a print version of Section 2 of the OSIER project repository Help page, covering resource preparation, description and licensing. It also contains a description of the OSIER metadata. The document is supplied as an MS Word (.docx) and PDF.

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OSIER repository Help page - Section 1
This resource contains a print version of Section 1 from the OSIER repository Help page, covering the use of the repository site. Version 1.1 October 2011, available as MS Word (.docx) and PDF files

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OSIER project - Terms and Conditions
This resource contains print versions of the Terms and Conditions for the OSIER project Repository. The document is supplied as an MS Word (.docx) and PDF. Version 1.3, 13 October 2011

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OSIER project - video guide on creating a resource collection
A video guide that describes how to create a resource collection within the OSIER repository. The file is a Flash .swf, and requires at least version 9 of the Flash player.

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OSIER user guide - creating a new collection
User guide to creating a new collection of resources within the repository. The document is made available as MS Word (.docx) and PDF

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OSIER project take-down policy
The OSIER project take-down policy as a word-processor document (MS Word .docx) and PDF. The resource also contains the URL for the online version on the OSIER repository.

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OSIER project - resource guidelines
This resource contain documents that set out requirements and standards for resources submitted to the OSIER repository. They cover copyright, licensing and usability. The short checklist summarises the requirements as a series of questions, whilst the longer document includes more detail and a 'traffic light' classification. Both documents are available as word processor files (.doc) and PDF.

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OSIER project - accessibility and usability guidelines
The resource contains a short accessibility and usability checklist, and a more detailed set of guidelines. Wherever possible, OSIER resources should conform to the criteria in the short checklist. Both documents are supplied as word processor files (.docx) and PDF

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Template licence files for OSIER resources
These files are designed to be added to resources submitted to OSIER so that copyright and CC licence are stated clearly. Files are supplied for word processor documents (.doc), presentations (.ppt) and spreadsheets (.xls). The project default CC licence of CC-BY-NC-SA is used in each file. Simply copy or insert the file into your resource document

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OSIER repository - video guide to adding a new resource
A narrated set of screenshots of the OSIER repository, illustrating how to add a new resource to the site, covering file upload and completing the metadata. The file is a Flash .swf, and requires at least version 9 of the Flash player.

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OSIER user guide - adding a new resource
User guide on how to add a new resource to the OSIER repository. Available as Word document (.docx) and PDF

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OSIER repository - video guide to creating a new account
A video tutorial showing new users of the OSIER repository how to register and set up a user account. The file is a .swf Flash animation and requires the version 9 viewer or higher of the Flash player.

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OSIER user guide - creating a user account
A user guide for the OSIER repository, explaining how to create a user account on the site The file is available both as a word processor document (.docx) and a Portable Document Format file (.pdf)

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