C-SAP

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The production of teaching and learning resources within social sciences to date tends to be an individualised and 'private' enterprise within which teaching staff in part draw on broad disciplinary frameworks and institutionalised structures in developing what they consider to be relevant material for their particular teaching and learning activities. Unlike in disciplines whose curriculum are governed by professional associations as well as guided by Benchmark Statements, C-SAP's disciplines of Sociology, Anthropology, Politics and Criminology are only guided by Benchmark Statements, which allows individual tutors greater discretion in determining relevant materials for learning and teaching. The materials chosen for any module vary depending on what lecturers consider most relevant, as well as module level, student numbers and physical resources such as availability and kinds of rooms, virtual learning environments and timetabling constraints.

For details see http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/projects/detail/oer/OER_SUB_CSAP

The initiative is headquartered in Birmingham, which is in United Kingdom, in the region of England.
The initiative is led by UK Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics (formerly based at University of Birmingham).
Latitude and longitude = 52° 27' 3" N, 1° 55' 50" W

ISCED levels = 2;3;4
The initiative is of type OER
The hashtag is csapjoer1

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