I have to agree Julian - I was not sure how to answer that series of questions - does local mean in Southampton in our case or more widely across the university. I am aware of some local community funding but it is a rare thing to have this and in our case it was such as small pot of money that it only lasted a few months working with a local school on a 'creative partnerships' project.
Best wishes E.A.
Mrs E.A. Draffan
ECS, University of Southampton,
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From: Open Educational Resources [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Julian Tenney
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Tried to fill it in: maybe this is just me. What are 'local' developers?
[Do they do local work for local people?]
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Subject: DevCSI Developer Stakeholder Survey 2011-2012
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