The resources are now freely available from the open repository Humbox. You can find the IEREST page here: http://humbox.ac.uk/group/19
The resources have been published as Word documents with a Creative Commons “Attribution-Non Commercial-Share” licence, which means they can be downloaded and repurposed to suit different teaching contexts.
We hope you will find these materials useful, and that you will join the community of practice around Humbox, by uploading and sharing your adaptations with other practitioners around the world. Please refer to the document IEREST on Humbox: User guide (available in several languages) for further instructions.
The complete pdf manual can also be downloaded HERE.