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Welcome to the wiki for DeFT: Digital Futures in Teacher Education Project (part of UK Open Educational Resources Programme Phase Three).


This wiki functioned as an integral working space for the Digital Futures in Teacher Education project, undertaken by project team based at Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Sheffield together with project partners - Sheffield Children's Festival, realsmart, Learning Connections and Yorkshire and Humber Grid for Learning. The wiki remained closed to the core project team until the end of October 2012, when a revised version aimed at a more general audience was released as one of project outputs.   


Navigating the wiki

In order to navigate the content of this wiki use the sidebar menu on your right or click on links below which will take you to relevant sections of the wiki.


About the project


Open textbook

Case Studies

OERs for Professional Development


Research Framework

Training Programme


Digital Bloom


Project Management




If you are having any problems at all with using the wiki please contact Anna Gruszczynska at a.gruszczynska@shu.ac.uk or consult the PBworks Manual.



The content of the wiki and any supporting materials produced within the project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales (except where stated otherwise)


Project outputs

For more information about the resources produced by the project, see the project outputs page.




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