Tuesday, 12 October 2010

New Jorum story available - Opening up photosynthesis via JorumOpen

Our third Jorum story focuses on Katy Jordan, who submitted the winning resource in the Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition. We hear how and why Katy created the resource; the challenges faced, and the benefits of sharing your resources openly via JorumOpen.

Katy is based at the Plant Sciences Pedagogy Project at the University of Cambridge.

Many thanks to Katy for sparing time to help author this, and for doing so has received a £50 Amazon voucher for her time.

If you would like to be involved in the next Jorum story, and grab yourself a £50 Amazon voucher, please contact louise.egan@manchester.ac.uk

Click on the image below to access the story.

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