Welcome to the Mosaic Project Wiki
What is Mosaic
Mosaic was a project to develop the online course, ‘Ancestral voices: the earliest English literature’, and a standard induction unit to introduce students to learning online, primarily from pre-existing content external to the University of Oxford and make it freely available for reuse and adaption to the UK HE community and more widely. The project also developed guidelines for authors and a case study, to disseminate the lessons learned both within the University and to the wider HE community.
The project was carried out by TALL based at Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, and was funded under the JISC Reuse of learning content programme.
Find more information about our thoughts on this project and other things in the TALL Blog's Mosaic category .
All available through the Project Outputs page
Core Project Team
Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning Unit, Oxford University Department for Continuing Education:
- Marion Manton: Project leader
- Sandie Byrne: Subject matter expert
- Sarah Mann: Course development project manager
- Tom Box: Copyright coordinator
Links to other pages
For more information about Mosaic, please follow the links below:
- News Archive
- Project Outputs
- Project Management
- Content Development Information
- JISC CASPER Programme Support Project
This project page runs on the Trac enhanced wiki and issue tracking system.