14 February 2015

New website for Jorum (Open Educational Resources)

The new website for Jorum is now available at http://beta-web.jorum.ac.uk/

Jorum is the UK's largest repository for discovering and sharing Open Educational Resources for Higher Education and Further Education.

It contains over 16,000 contributed resources which can be used for teaching.

Jorum forms part of Mimas, part of the Digital Resources division of Jisc. Its purpose is to develop technology that makes information accessible to those who need it for education and research.

The word Jorum is of biblical origin and means a collecting (or drinking) bowl

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