In previous posts the availability on the JISC Jorum repository of six Open Education Resources (OERs) from the former School of Science and Technology (now part of the Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology) at the University of Northampton was discussed. After 13 years the Jorum repository was discontinued.
Three of the OERs though were migrated across to the JISC Apps and resource store and available for reuse.
1. C Programming
Now available at https://store.jisc.ac.uk/#/resource/8395.
2. Summary of Evolutionary Algorithms
Now available at https://store.jisc.ac.uk/#/resource/8405
3. Properties of Ultrasonic Waves
Now available at https://store.jisc.ac.uk/#/resource/8232
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