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Attwell T, Smith KA, Barber R and Mobasheri A (2022) Learning Lab Contextualised Content, RMIT University Library. https://rmit.pressbooks.pub/llcc

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The Learning Lab Contextualised Content OER has featured in presentations within RMIT and externally, in Australia and internationally.

In 2022, Teryn Attwell and Dr Azadeh Mobasheri presented on the planning and design stages of the LLCC project at the CAUL ‘Enabling a Modern Curriculum’ Conference.

In 2023, Kelly Ann Smith presented her poster on how the LLCC and other open educational resources can support UN Sustainability Goal 4: Quality Education at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Rotterdam. Later in 2023, Teryn Attwell presented a paper on the development of the guiding principles of the project at the International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation in Seville.

In December 2023, the Learning Lab Contextualised Content won a diamond LearnX Award for ‘Best Free eLearning Resource’. The LearnX Awards are a yearly showcase of work by those who are leading the way in learning design, training, and talent management worldwide.


This open educational resource was created by staff of the RMIT University Library, Digital Learning Team working on the DESE’s Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program.

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Attribution: Front matter information has been adapted from Blake, J. Halson, J. Kolk, I. Lennox, A. Moffat, S. Ponte, F. Rata, R. & Thomas, C. (2022) The OER Capability Toolkit . RMIT Open Press. Available under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.


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