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Could you be a TIGER champion?

The TIGER (Transforming Interprofessional Groups through Educational Resources) project developed a Repository to provide open educational resources for interprofessional education.

Now that the Repository is live the Project team is keen to ensure that health care staff in practice are made aware of the Repository. Materials are accessed and repurposed so that the Repository expands and is not static. Resources are now being regularly released so practitioners will have a lot of high quality materials to choose from whether they are looking for a whole course to adapt or a single handout or image.

By becoming a TIGER champion you will be supported in the use of the interprofessional repository with your own students and staff. You will be supported to download, repurpose and upload  IPE learning materials to the Repository. 

Jacqui Williams a SCORE* Fellow and one of the TIGER academic leads will offer support and advice using a variety of means such as email, Skype, telephone or even face to face meetings if required at the champion’s home site. 

If you are interested in the TIGER Repository and would like to discuss its use for your practice and possibly becoming a TIGER champion please contact:

Jacqui Williams, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery, TIGER Academic Lead, De Montfort University    0116 2577888.

For more information about the Tiger Project click here

Key: *Support Centre for Open Resources for Education at the Open University