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Game-Informed Risk Assessment? – A Labyrinth based toolkit for managing a good practice risk assessment workflow and guidance for open educational resources

Just a quick post live from #elhealth2011 – just seen Stewart Cromar from Edinburgh University talking about “labyrinth” as used by the MEDEV toolkit – http://www.medev.ac.uk/ourwork/oer/toolkits/

Also had very brief discussions with Stewart and PORSCHE team about the possibility of implementing a similar system at another institution – I think it has the potential to fulfil our deposit use-case for ACErep (and OER in general) . Basically the toolkit leads a user through the process of file-upload, metadata addition, appropriate licensing and syndication to several destinations – Jorum, other repositories*, Web 2.0 services like You-Tube.

*I’ve also been pestering one of the MEDEV developers about implementing SWORD which would be fulfil this requirement (as I understand, currently syndication to Jorum will be by RSS harvest.) He’s sat behind me so will try to get him to comment here!

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  1. June 29, 2011 at 11:27 am

    I think technically this should be quite straightforward Nick.

    We currently offer the MEDEV team 4 different API’s from our (EdiUni based) OOER Labyrinth site. Our current build is VBScript, but we also have a PHP version with slightly reduced functionality.

    I’ve uploaded my trigger presentation to SlideShare if your colleagues want further reading:

    http://slidesha.re/elhealth2011

    Best wishes, Stewart

  2. Nick
    June 29, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Thanks Stewart – I’ll discuss the idea with the rest of the team and see what they think.

    Nick

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