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Since September 2015 the go_girl: code+create project has been bringing together a group of young women from social housing estates from around Oxford to train them at the Department of Education in weekly sessions in research skills, media production, IT … Continue reading
The annual OxTALENT Awards Ceremony is only 2 weeks away and we are delighted to announce our guest speakers who will join us to celebrate on 14th June, 5.15pm, at The Oxford Martin School. Professor Anne Trefethen is the University’s Chief Information … Continue reading
ALT-C is the annual conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), It provides an international platform for finding out about research, practice and policy work in technology-enhanced learning across all educational sectors, and for networking with like-minded academics and learning … Continue reading
Wikipedia is consulted millions of times each month by people all over the world, yet only around one in ten contributors is female. This bias is reflected in the quantity and quality of articles relating to women, both living and … Continue reading
The final two lunchtime sessions of this team’s engage programme deal with data: how we can reuse it and revisualise it to engage with audiences beyond the academic sphere. Engaging audiences with digital – Hackathons at the Bodleian Libraries Liz … Continue reading
Setting out the transformative aspects of technology, last week saw the publication of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)’s report From Bricks to Clicks: the potential of data and analytics in Higher Education. The report contains the findings of the Commission’s … Continue reading
The award-winning #OxEngage programme is back for a full term of lunchtime talks, workshops, and online courses. Running throughout Hilary Term the programme will offer practical support, inspiring case studies and lively discussion on the use of digital technologies for … Continue reading
In a national first, Oxford University’s Bodleian Libraries and IT Services are collaborating on a four-part course to help academics, students and related staff work with Wikipedia. Oxford University staff and students will earn an ‘Open Knowledge Ambassador’ certificate for … Continue reading