Archive for August, 2010

Engineering a Lo-Carbon Future: A dynamic Collection of Open Educational Resources.

I have received a letter confirming funding for the one year “Open Educational Resources for Engineering a Lo-Carbon Future” project.

This one year project will form a static and a linked dynamic collection of Open Educational Resources relating to Lo-Carbon Engineering practices. Sources will be selected by experts to ensure a  fresh, dynamic source of current and new materials as they become available.

This project will run from August 2010 for 1 year and will investigate and surface open educational resources currently in use over a range of engineering and related subjects supporting the crucial issue of sustaining a low carbon economy. (more…)


August 27, 2010 at 11:25 am Leave a comment

Green Gown Workshops and Awards (July 30th, 2010)

Loughborough won a nomination for saving energy in a university (sustainable lo-CO2). I attended the prize giving ceremony at the Globe Theatre as well as talks from previous institutional winners to hopefully bring best practice back to Loughborough. I was interviewd and pop up in various places on the video including the last word at the end. I look tired though – hate those early morning trains to London!

August 25, 2010 at 12:42 pm Leave a comment

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