Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Share openly, or just with UK education

Noticed something different about Jorum today? We have made some changes to the way you use Jorum.

From today you can:

Share resources within UK Education only

We recognise that the Creative Commons licences aren't suitable for all our users; many want to only share within the UK, hence why we have released our very own licence - Jorum EducationUK. This Licence allows users to access and use a resource in UK Education for any non-commercial purposes that are conducive to education, teaching, learning, private study and/or research.

Search for resources shared under all licences simultaneously

All Jorum resources are now available to view on one single platform. This means that when you search for resources (via our new search box), you will be presented with one single list of resources, shared under our different licence options – Creative Commons and Jorum EducationUK

See a simpler main navigation

We've simplified our main navigation to emphasise how simple Jorum is. Through Jorum you can
Find, Share and Discuss learning and teaching resources.

Our navigation now reflects that. We've also consolidated our help and support materials into a new updated
Help section. The help section is split into frequently asked questions, and further expanded guides, just in case you need to know more.

We hope that these new updates reflect our dedication to evolving the Jorum service, as we continue to focus on our user experience and surfacing the superb content within.

To find out more about our recent updates, take a look at: Changes:February 2011.

We'd love to hear your thoughts; please do tell us:

Email: support@jorum.ac.uk

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/JorumTeam

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