ALT-C 2010 saw the final six winners in the Jorum Learning and Teaching Competition present their resources, and receive their prizes, with those taking the top three places announced at the gala dinner.
All six were deserved winners, as chosen by a panel of external judges and votes placed by our community of users. A large number of entries submitted gave the judges the difficult task of choosing their top ten, which were then placed on the Jorum Community Bay to allow for a public vote, allowing peers to vote for the resource they wanted to see take top spot.
"This competition aims to champion learning and teaching resources from all backgrounds and subject areas, all created under a Creative Commons licence. We were delighted to have received a great number of entries, and see the high standard of resources being shared amongst our community of users" said Louise Egan, Jorum Communications Officer
The winners were:
1st Place: The Molecular Basis of Photosynthesis
Submitted by: Katy Jordan, The University of Cambridge
Figure 1: Screenshot from 'the Molecular Basis of Photosynthesis'
2nd Place: The Open Dementia E-learning Programme: Living with dementia
Submitted by Colin Paton, Social care institute for excellence
Figure 2: Screenshot from the 'Open Dementia E-learning Programme: Living with dementia'
3rd Place: Making the creative process visible
Submitted by: Dr Natasha Mayo, University Wales Institute, Cardiff
Figure 3: Screenshot from 'Making the creative process visible'
Jorum Communications Officer