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Active Engagement: a Case Study of the Development and Impact of OER on Inclusive Teaching and Academic Engagement at the University of Wolverhampton

This case study describes the journey and adventures of a relatively new team of Open Educational Resources (OER) creators as they embarked on a project to build a corpus of OER videos and an OER online module for the development of inclusive and engaging learning and teaching in HE at the University of Wolverhampton. The case study details what they were trying to create and why they felt it necessary to produce OER themselves. How and why these OER video resources of classroom sessions were created is detailed as is the rationale behind the development of the online modules of which the video resources were to be a part.

The case study also reviews the implementation of both these initiatives evaluates the data gathered in that process and explores what lessons can be learned from the project.

This case study was part of the HEA/JISC Open Educational Resources case study: pedagogical development from OER practice project.

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