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August 13, 2008


We funded the one year BRUM project back in 2006 as part of our programme of small-scale information literacy projects.  I've just noticed that the project has secured another tranche of funding, this time from an internal source at the University of Birmingham where it is based.  Now known as ReJiG (Repurposing from Jorum into GEL) the project is looking to "repurpose learning material from Jorum to fill gaps in our Guide to Effective Learning (GEL) web site. The GEL site contains a host of study skills material, most of which is available to anyone accessing the site".

This is great news. One of the pieces of evidence we use to judge whether our funding has been successful is the ability of projects (particularly small projects) to go on and get continuation funding from other sources.


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